The M2 is already one of BMW's best cars. We're pretty excited for even faster versions.
BMW's rumored M2 track special makes another 'Ring appearance, this time with some new aero and a mean-sounding engine.
The BMW M2 is a great car right from the factory, but the folks at Dinan just couldn't keep their hands off it.
An M2 with most of the luxuries removed? We're intrigued.
The Porsche 718 Cayman S and BMW M2 are proof.
Other M cars may be faster, but the M2 is the most fun.
A M2 with a detuned M3 engine? Sounds good to us.
More power is nice, but everything else about this car is gross.
Two entry-level German performance cars duke it out for glory.
It looks like BMW could be preparing a faster,
Instead of upgrading the M2's engine, BMW may simply borrow the twin-turbo I6 from the M3 and M4.
It certainly appears that way.
The battle of the small BMW M cars.
A BMW sports coupe versus a high-performance crossover SUV? It's not as weird as you think.
Less weight and more power for the M2? Yes, please.
Turning the 2 Series into a sedan could result in an M version, as well.
For the Concorso d'Eleganza at Villa d'Este, BMW's built something gorgeous.
And it'll go 0-60 in 4.1 seconds.
365 horses, rear-wheel drive, and an honest-to-goodness six-speed stick. This thing can't come soon enough.
That's 14 seconds faster than the outgoing BMW 1 Series M Coupe.
Just think of it as a newer BMW 1 Series Coupe.