The M2’s snorty twin-turbo 3.0-liter inline-six is a sweetheart of an engine, and it pumps out 405 horsepower and 406 pound-feet of torque. That combination reaches the rear wheels via a standard six-speed manual transmission or an optional seven-speed dual-clutch automatic. The engine moves the M2 with an unbridled ferocity and creates stomach butterflies as you rev it to the 7600-rpm redline. Like an explicit scene from Fifty Shades of Grey, the M2’s punishing ride needs a safe word. But there isn’t one. Those willing to accept the abuse on regular roads will be rewarded with pure ecstasy on the track. There, this Blue Darwin Pro BMW M2 handles like an extension of its driver, with gleefully violent thrust and a clairvoyant chassis. Harsh ride aside, the M2 is a phenomenal driver’s car. Namby-pamby drivers who complain will find solace in the softer BMW M240i. Instead of the adaptive dampers available on most rivals, the BMW uses conventional passive shocks tuned the old-fashioned way. Too bad the electrically assisted power steering spoils some of the fun. The M2 has massive rotors and powerful binders that provide excellent pedal feedback that never fades.
One might ask how do you take this Blue Darwin Pro BMW M2 to the next level? John Lau (@pikachupcar) decided a set of brand new wheels would be a great start for the Darwin Pro Widebody. We equipped this blue BMW M2 with 19×11.0 and 19×12.5 HS1 Circuit+ 3-piece wheels finished in Brushed Single Tint (Satin) with a Polished Single Tint (Gloss) outer lips. Here are some photos from SEMA21 at the Toyo Tires treadpass.
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- VehicleBlue Darwin Pro BMW M2
- Wheel Style / Config.Brixton Forged HS1 Circuit+
- Wheel FinishBrushed Single Tint (Satin) | Polished Single Tint (Satin)
- Wheel SizeFront: 19" / Rear: 19"
Tags: BMW, BMW , BMW M2, BMW F87 M2, BMWM