2019 BMW M2 Competition : Interior Design - Review | World Car

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Here's Why the BMW M2 Is The Best M Car

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2019 BMW M2 Competition 405 HP - Bigger Face & More Powerful

The BMW M2 is dead, but now there’s the BMW M2 Competition, which is better. Better in the sense that it’s the M2 Coupe but with the engine out of an M3 making over 400 horsepower. Where the BMW M2 Coupe always had a performance-tuned version of the N55 inline-six cylinder from the 2 Series, the new M2 Competition, which replaces the old M2 even though it’s essentially the same car, instead gets a detuned version of the S55-designated inline-six cylinder from the M3 and M4. Sure, they’re based on the same basic engine, but the switch from N55 to S55 means a jump from 370 horsepower to 405 hp, and 406 lb-ft of torque between 2,350 and 5,230 rpm. Zero to 60 mph is also now down to four seconds. The car is still available with either a six-speed manual or seven-speed DCT. Other details include a top speed of 174 mph with the M Driver’s Package, new M Sport seats, larger brakes in the front and rear, and a tweaked design up front with a tweaked bumper and bigger kidneys now painted black. There’s also new color options called Hockenheim Silver and Sunset Orange Metallic. The exhaust tips are now also black. Oh and, some of you will hate this, but the two new wheel options are either partially blacked out or fully blacked out. There’s also a bunch of driver assistance options that include collision and pedestrian warning systems, lane departure and speed limit warning and a rear-view parking camera. I may never plan on ever typing out “BMW M2 Competition” ever again, because I can still just call it the M2, but it’s cool to see it get more power and a “true” M engine. It was always good, and it’s still good. ============================================== ► Please contact this email if you have any copyright issues: autotv2018@gmail.com ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Music Source: NCM Epic Music Ender Guney https://www.youtube.com/c/NCMEpicMusic Music provided by NoCopyrightSounds. Track: Radio Watch: https://goo.gl/eoK5dD ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ ► If you love cars you should subscribe now to Auto TV the world famous automotive channel: https://goo.gl/SGPqjc #newcars #autotv #cartv #topcar #topsuv

The new BMW M2 Competition Interior Design

With the new BMW M2 Competition (combined fuel consumption with six-speed manual gearbox: 10,0 – 9,9 l/100 km; combined CO2 emissions: 228 – 225 g/km*; combined with optional M Double Clutch Transmission (M DCT): 9,2 l/100 km; combined CO2 emissions: 210 – 209 g/km)*, BMW M GmbH is setting fresh benchmarks in the compact high-performance sports car segment and adding marked refinement to the character of the BMW M2 Coupé. Sprint from 0 to 100 km/h: 4.2 s (with six-speed manual gearbox 4.4 s), top speed: 250 km/h (limited), 280 km/h with M Driver´s Package (limited). High-precision CFRP strut and bulkhead strut for increased front section rigidity. New cooling system, including new front skirt and larger, redesigned BMW kidney in high-gloss black. New dual exhaust system with two electrically-controlled flaps. New, optional M Sport brakes with brake calipers painted grey. New optional M Sport bucket seat with integrated headrests and illuminated M2 badge at shoulder height. Selector switches for immediate access to various engine and steering characteristics, as well as DCT settings via Drivelogic. Exclusive new metallic Hockenheim Silver paint. The BMW M2 Competition replaces its predecessor, the BMW M2 Coupé. AutoMotoTV English: http://bit.ly/2tGAS5b

2019 BMW Z4 Concept | World Car

2019 BMW Z4 Concept | World Car The BMW Group has used the 2017 Concours d'Elegance at Pebble Beach to present its exciting new take on a BMW roadster. Dynamic, progressive and an irresistible purveyor of thrills, the BMW Concept Z4 boasts lithe and compact proportions, a dynamic silhouette and an emotionally appealing use of forms. The attention-grabbing design study offers a look ahead to the series-production version of the car set to be unveiled over the course of next year. "The BMW Concept Z4 in an all-out driving machine," said Adrian van Hooydonk, Senior Vice President BMW Group Design. "Stripping the car back to the bare essentials allows the driver to experience all the ingredients of motoring pleasure with supreme directness. This is total freedom on four wheels." A statement of unbridled driving pleasure The sporty and progressive BMW Concept Z4 encapsulates the BMW Group's vision of a modern roadster. "The BMW Concept Z4 expresses the new BMW design language from all perspectives and in all details. From the dynamic-looking front to the striking flanks to the clean-cut tail end: a few lines and the subtle interplay between surfaces are enough to generate a sense of power and emotion," adds van Hooydonk. BMW's roadster tradition, reloaded The BMW Concept Z4 adopts classical roadster design cues, such as a long wheelbase, a low-slung, stretched silhouette and a compact rear end, wraps them in a fresh, confident package and enriches them with the contemporary BMW design language. A shorter bonnet and crisp overhangs ensure the driver sits closer to the centre of the car than in previous BMW roadsters. This gives the new proportions a focused, sporty and agile feel. The outline of the car follows a distinct wedge shape, which fills the BMW Concept Z4 with dynamism before it even pulls away. The large domes stretching out rearwards from the cabin elegantly integrate the function of rollover bars and provide a sporting conclusion to the low-to-the-road silhouette at the rear. Reimagining the design language and surfaces The clearly sculpted shark nose at the front end spawns dramatic surface contouring that extends the full length of the flanks. The new direction taken by BMW's design language can be seen here in just a few precise lines that form clear surfaces, while the body's volumes are powerfully sculpted. The surfaces and forms therefore create an extremely modern and emotionally engaging impression. The large Air Breathers rearwards of the front wheels act as the source of the flanks' elaborately modelled surfaces (they appear to be shaped by the flow of air as it exits the Air Breathers). Light and shaded surfaces develop in a rising movement towards the rear, then twist to form muscular wheel arches and athletic volumes. All of which shines a bright stylistic spotlight on the car's rear-wheel drive. The dramatic interplay of lines and surfaces underscores the wedge shape of the flanks and infuses them with even greater dynamism. And the low door sills, with their distinctive crease, makes the body appear closer to the road, emphasising the low-slung sensation when viewing the car from the side. The expressive Energetic Orange frozen exterior paint finish showcases the contrasts of light and shade in the surfacing, accentuating the three-dimensionality of the exterior. And the 20-inch light-alloy wheels in a sporty bi-colour double-spoke design provide harmonious finishing touches to the styling of the flanks. #world car#2019 BMW Z4 Like, Share and Subscribe Channel:http://bit.ly/worldcars Intro by: RavenProDesign http://www.ravenprodesign.com

BMW M2 Competition interior

En el interior del BMW M2 Competition encontraremos algunos cambios relevantes, como son los asientos del M4, aunque con el logotipo ‘M2’ retroiluminado. Por último, decir que este M2 estrena dos nuevos colores para la carrocería, el Hockenheim Silver y el Sunset Orange.

2019 BMW M2 Competition : Interior Design - Review | World Car

With the new BMW M2 Competition (combined fuel consumption with six-speed manual gearbox: 10,0 – 9,9 l/100 km; combined CO2 emissions: 228 – 225 g/km*; combined with optional M Double Clutch Transmission (M DCT): 9,2 l/100 km; combined CO2 emissions: 210 – 209 g/km)*, BMW M GmbH is setting fresh benchmarks in the compact high-performance sports car segment and adding marked refinement to the character of the BMW M2 Coupé. New six-cylinder in-line engine with M TwinPower Turbo technology, based on the power unit from the BMW M3/M4, three-litre cubic capacity, 302 kW/410 HP, peak torque of 550 Nm (combined fuel consumption with six-speed manual gearbox: 10,0 – 9,9 l/100 km; combined CO2 emissions: 228 – 225 g/km*; combined with optional M Double Clutch Transmission (M DCT): 9,2 l/100 km; combined CO2 emissions: 210 – 209 g/km)*. Sprint from 0 to 100 km/h: 4.2 s (with six-speed manual gearbox 4.4 s), top speed: 250 km/h (limited), 280 km/h with M Driver´s Package (limited). High-precision CFRP strut and bulkhead strut for increased front section rigidity. New cooling system, including new front skirt and larger, redesigned BMW kidney in high-gloss black. New dual exhaust system with two electrically-controlled flaps. New, optional M Sport brakes with brake calipers painted grey. New optional M Sport bucket seat with integrated headrests and illuminated M2 badge at shoulder height. Selector switches for immediate access to various engine and steering characteristics, as well as DCT settings via Drivelogic. Exclusive new metallic Hockenheim Silver paint. The BMW M2 Competition replaces its predecessor, the BMW M2 Coupé.

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