The M2 has steadily wormed its way into our affections on evo.

The original, powered by a tuned version of the N55 straight six, was a good car, a desirable car, but one that lacked the polish of the best creations from the M stable, particularly in the dynamics department. That all changed with the arrival of the M2 Competition in 2018, which dropped the full-house S55 engine from the M3/M4 under the bonnet, albeit detuned to 404bhp, along with various chassis upgrades.

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