New looks and added power.
The small and precise BMW M2 is a star in its own right on the road and the track. But for owners that want something extra, Hamann Motorsport is serving it up in terms of style and performance with their new upgrade program. As an added bonus, it comes with a certificate of authenticity and optional insurance.
The BMW M2 has a sharper, more commanding presence thanks to the new aerodynamic package. Hamann Motorsport designed a new front spoiler that extends across the length of the sports car and reduces lift. As an optional extra, a new carbon fiber insert beneath the grille adds an even sportier touch.
Moving towards the rear, a new set of side skirts make their presence felt on the BMW M2. Hamann Motorsport can optionally install wingtips by both wheel arches to help deflect air more efficiently as an option. At the rear, a new diffuser and spoiler combo help to keep the sports car planted and composed at high speeds.
Under the hood, Hamann Motorsport gave the turbocharged 3.0-liter inline-six more power thanks to a new auxiliary control unit. The new mapping characteristics boost output to 420 horsepower and 391 lb-ft. of torque. That’s good enough for a 4.2-second 0-62 mph acceleration time. As an option, customers can get insurance for the power upgrade for peace of mind. Emphasizing the new power increase is the optional stainless steel exhaust system ending in quad carbon fiber, silver, or black anodized tailpipes.
The new Hamann Motorsport BMW M2 upgrade program comes standard with a full Certificate of Authenticity with a protected hologram in DIN A6 format. The entire upgrade program is currently available from the German company.
Hamann Motorsport BMW M2 Specifications
Displacement: 3.0 liters
Number of Cylinders: Inline-six
Maximum Horsepower: 420 / 309 kW
Maximum Torque: 391 lb-ft. / 530 Nm
-Auxiliary control module
-Stainless steel exhaust system with quad tailpipes
-Optional carbon fiber center insert
-Side skirts with optional winglets
Hamann Motorsport BMW M2 Gallery
Source: Hamann Motorsport