BMW is definitely marketing the new M2 Coupe to a new generation of performance enthusiasts for use on the track.
The new 2016 BMW M2 Coupe doesn't need any modifications to its drivetrain to take on race tracks around the globe.
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If you drive a Subaru, you will wait if you are trying to merge into traffic. If you drive a Subaru WRX STI, you will have to wait even longer for someone to let you in.
When BMW announced the M2 Coupe’s launch last year, they had no idea how hot the performance coupe would be around the globe.
While it’s not a good idea, one of the first BMW M2 owners takes a video shot inside the cabin while he takes the Coupe to the limit on the Autobahn.
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BMW officially unveiled the new 2016 M2 Coupe at NAIAS in Detroit yesterday.
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