The all-new BMW M2 embodies an unadulterated racing passion.
“The all-new BMW M2 embodies an unadulterated racing passion that owners can enjoy day in, day out. It builds on the brand’s tradition of ultra-sporty models with compact dimensions,” BMW Group India President Vikram Pawah noted.
The model comes with a turbo six-cylinder in-line petrol engine which churns out 453 hp and can achieve 0-100 kmph acceleration in 4.1 seconds, when paired with automatic transmission and 4.3 seconds, when paired with the manual transmission.
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