German tuner dÄHLer has handed the new BMW M2 CS a hefty bump in power, along with revised suspension, track-focused interior bits and new set of wheels.
Two tuning packages are available for the S55 twin-turbo 3,0-litre straight-six engine. Stage one boosts the standard peak outputs of 331 kW and 550 N.m of torque to 382 kW and 700 N.m, while stage two pushes the headline numbers to 405 kW and 740 N.m. Interestingly, the most extreme package is available only in regions outside of the European Union as it does not comply with WLTP regulations.
Furthermore, the transmission has been upgraded to cope with the added performance. A stainless-steel exhaust system developed by dÄHLer (with the choice of 90 or 100 mm tailpipes) is also offered, along with a carbon intake system sourced from Eventuri.
Improvements to the handling are achieved via a Clubsport coilover kit. In addition, dÄHLer says it can fit a set of sports springs, bringing the ride down by 25 mm.
A set of ultra-light 20-inch CDC1 forged alloy wheels (which can be finished in any colour the customer desires) wrapped in Michelin tyres is also available. In the cabin, dÄHLer has fitted a rollcage and racing seats for those who enjoy time at the track.
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