What Gives the BMW M2 Competition So Much Power?

November 12th, 2018 by

The BMW M2 Competition Coupe is one of the most powerful vehicles on the road. The M2 Competition comes with a 3.0-Liter M Twinpower Turbo Inline 6-cylinder engine that generates 405-horsepower at 5230-7000 rpm and 406 pound-feet of torque at 2250-5230 rpm. The vehicle’s standard transmission is a six-speed manual with a seven-speed automatic transmission as an option.

When a vehicle like the M2 Competition offers high horsepower through a length of rpms, the result is continuous power climb from low rpms to higher rpms. When that power is augmented by torque over a long-range of rpms, thrust does not slacken until peak rpms are reached.

With a curb weight of only 3600 pounds, the immense amount of power brings the BMW M2 competition into the race category of cars. At Faulkner BMW in Lancaster, PA we offer the BMW M2 Competition with either a manual or automatic transmission.

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