It feels like only yesterday that BMW’s M2 stormed onto the performance car scene with its back-to-basics combo of big power, a small coupe body and an optional manual transmission. But there’s no bad time for a round of updates, and the set revealed here could just make the already brilliant M2 even better. Priced from £63,360, the new BMW M2 is available to order now, and will reach customers in August this year. 
First thing’s first, BMW has upped the power generated by the M2’s ‘S58’ straight-six engine from 454 to 473bhp, with torque remaining stable at 600Nm, or 550Nm with the optional six-speed manual gearbox. Performance has improved by 0.1 of a second as a result, the car reaching 62mph in just 4.0 seconds, but the longer gear ratios keep the manual a couple of tenths behind at 4.2 seconds. 

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Refreshed 2025 BMW M2 Hits The Ground Running With Up 473 HP

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