BMW M2 CS Tuned With Gold Wheels And Big Power Bump
18 Août 2020 - motor1
There are two levels of tune.
Swiss tuner Dähler gets ahold of the BMW M2 CS and tunes the performance coupe to be part of the company's Competition Line. The result of this work is very impressive.
Dähler offers the vehicle in two levels of tune. Stage 1 modifies the S55 3.0-liter inline-six engine to make 512 horsepower (382 kilowatts) and 516 pound-feet (700 Newton-meters) of torque. The company also boosts the top speed limiter to 188 miles per hour (302 kph). As a refresher, the M2 CS' stock output is 444 hp (327 kW) and 406 lb-ft (550 Nm).
There's also the Stage 2 modification with 543 hp (405 kW) and 545 lb-ft (740 Nm). This level also completely removes the top speed limiter. However, this setup is not emissions legal in the European Union or Switzerland, so Dähler only offers it on export vehicles.
To achieve these numbers, Dähler uses an Eventuri carbon fiber intake with homologation to match European noise regulations. The name comes from the enclosed housing that allegedly takes advantage of the Venturi effect to increase performance.
Dähler also adds a stainless steel exhaust of its own design. Buyers can select between 3.54- or 3.9-inch (90- or 100-millimeter) diameter tailpipes.
The vehicle rides on 20-inch wheels with V-shaped spokes. Customers can choose between an aluminum or gold (our preference) finish for them.
Inside, Dähler knows that many of its buyers want to hit the track. It offers a rollbar and racing seats suitable for track day use.
In the United States, the first units of the M2 CS should arrive before the end of the year. If you want one, then you need to act fast because BMW only plans on bringing around 400 units to the US.