Have you seen the BMW M2?

Although the new BMW M2 is nearby and we are confident that it will be a great sports car, it is not an easy feat to overtake the old model.

It was a first-generation M2 hit since its launch and released the M2 Competition and M2 CS. All versions of the contest are great, maybe the sweetest part of the composition. While the car looks as good as it gets out of the box, it can’t make the same statement as this example.

This unique M2 race has been used by the British tuner AUTOID for the last 12 months to create new parts for the sports car. It is equipped with a complete gambit of particles and makes a particularly bold statement thanks to the Midnight Green vinyl cover.

Also read: BMW tested the new M2 in Salzburgring, saying that its performance will be similar to the current M2 CS

Other visual upgrades to the car are important. These include a carbon fiber front bumper from 3DDesign, as well as carbon fiber mesh fenders, headlight trim and a TRE M2 CS-style hood. Other modifications include carbon fiber wing caps, AUTOID side skirts, AC Schnitzer roof spoiler, TRE carbon fiber trunk lid, Aero Dyanmic carbon fiber wing, Autotecknic carbon fiber rear diffuser and carbon. The car also sits on forged alloy wheels and has contours from the AC Schnitzer to lower altitude.

Under the hood were found Forge Motorsport charger cooler radiator, Goldenwrench charger cooler cover and washing liquid cover and MMR Billet oil cap housing. The owner chose Millway top supports, as well as a set of updated brake pads and braided nets, as well as a titanium return hood.

Some internal adjustments have been made, such as some additional carbon fiber, a set of Recaro Pole Position seats, carbon fiber paddle switches, and rear seat removal.

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