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Things like carbon-fibre reinforced plastic (CFRP) strut braces, playfree ball joints, a five-link rear axle, recalibrated locking M differential and stability control programs, a model-specific exhaust system with electronically-controlled flaps, and optimised aerodynamics all contribute to a more rigid body and a sharper drive.
Equipment highlights for the M2 Competition ($104,900) include adaptive LED headlights, front and rear parking sensors, model-specific 19-inch light alloy wheels, an 8.8-inch iDrive 6 infotainment system with Navigation Professional, a 12-speaker harman/kardon audio system, and the Driving Assistant pack which includes autonomous emergency braking, forward collision warning, lane-departure warning and pedestrian monitoring.
Unique to the M2 Competition is the new Hockenheim Silver exterior paint (pictured), while Sunset Orange metallic has joined the range’s option list.
The M2 Competition Pure ($99,900), meanwhile, won’t arrive until “early 2019“. Compared to the higher-spec variant, the M2 Competition retains the 19-inch alloys from the current M2, albeit with the Michelin Pilot Super Sport tyres of the M2 Competition, a less-powerful audio system, manual adjustment for the M Sports seats with illuminated headrests, fixed bi-LED headlights, and the removal of keyless entry.