2025 BMW M2 Gets more power and colour options

BMW has unveiled the New 2025 BMW M2, highlighting the performance, technological, and aesthetic enhancements for its most affordable high-performance vehicle.

  • 2025 BMW M2
  • 2025 BMW M2
  • 2025 BMW M2
  • 2025 BMW M2
  • 2025 BMW M2

What’s New?

  • More Engine power
  • improved performance
  • More colour options to choose from

Engine & Power

The 2025 BMW M2 delivers 353kW from its twin-turbo 3.0-litre inline-six engine, 15kW more than the existing model. Torque is also increased from 550Nm to 600Nm for models equipped with the standard eight-speed automatic transmission, however, the torque figure remains unchanged for cars with three pedals. That is correct, you can still buy the M2 with a manual transmission.

Performance

BMW also says that the new M2 is more responsive due to improvements to the throttle mapping. With higher outputs, the automated M2 can sprint from 0 to 100 km/h in 4.0 seconds, a tenth faster than the pre-update model. Manual instances accomplish the same sprint in 4.2 seconds. Regardless of the transmission, the more powerful M2 accelerates 0.6 seconds faster to 200km/h from a standstill.

The performance gains are in line with recent updates to the M3 and M4 performance models, which were also recently tweaked to produce an extra 15kW. 

Colours Available

BMW has also revealed styling improvements that match the substance behind the skin. The M2 is now available in nine hues, including new finishes like Sao Paulo Yellow, Fire Red Metallic, Portimao Blue Metallic, and Skyscraper Grey Metallic. BMW Individual paint finishes such as Java Green, Voodoo Blue, Grigio Telesto, and Twilight Purple will appear in the catalogue, increasing the total number of colours available from five to fourteen.

Other Updates

To give it a less aggressive appearance, buyers can also choose to replace the standard black alloy wheels with silver rims. The M2’s interior has also undergone changes, bringing it into line with previous models with a new flat-bottom steering wheel and BMW’s most recent operating system, 8.5.


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