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  • 2018 BMW X5 M

    Engine:
    4.4L V-8 cyl,
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    8-Speed Automatic Sport,
    Exterior Color:
    Silverstone,
    Stock #:
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BMW M2 Competition.

The successor to the highly acclaimed M2 Coupe, the BMW M2 Competition is a serious update to a car that became a cult classic even before it ever went on sale. Providing an effective track day weapon, it is a pugilistic sports coupe that does quite a good job of punching above its weight class.

The heart, and soul of the new M2 Competition is an engine that has been around the block a time or two in other BMW M vehicles. Based on BMW's 3.0-liter inline six-cylinder engine with M TwinPower turbocharged technology, it produces 405 horsepower between 5,230 and 7,000 rpm. Peak torque of 406 lb-ft comes on between 2,350-5,230 rpm. An M-sourced dual exhaust system with electronic internal baffles produces a distinctive throaty growl on demand. The M2 Competition is supplied standard with a 6-speed manual transmission or an available 7-speed dual-clutch transmission that has become a favorite of enthusiast drivers everywhere. In manual configuration, the M2 Competition is capable of a 0-60 mph romp in 4.0 seconds flat, with the DCT. Drivers of the manual transmission equipped version will see the same speed in 4.2 seconds. Yes, the DCT is faster than the manual gearbox.

The BMW M2 Competition's top speed is governed to 155 mph. When combined with the M Driver's Package, that speed increases to 174 mph. To handle the extra stress of high-performance and competition driving, many aspects of the M2 Competition have been beefed up with heavier-duty components. Track-tested and ready, they include a new, larger BMW kidney grill and modified front skirt with increased airflow, a track-tested cooling system consisting of one central radiator, two side radiators and an additional engine oil cooler.

Structurally, the BMW M2 Competition features a carbon fiber-reinforced plastic (CFRP) strut that is located under the hood to offer extra rigidity to the unit body of the vehicle. It also includes a new electromechanical power steering system, an active M Differential and Dynamic Steering Control that have all been upgraded to enhance the overall performance experience.

Drive controls.

Inside the cockpit of the M2 Competition, center console-mounted selector switches allow instant change of settings for the engine, steering and Drivelogic functions if the car is DCT-equipped. Favorite settings can be stored for two drivers or two different driving styles and recalled at any time through the steering wheel-mounted M1 and M2 buttons.

Performance seating in the BMW M2 Competition is in the bucket. That's to say you'll be resting in a pair of motorsport-oriented bucket seats that offer integral head restraints. Covered in black leather, they include either blue or orange accents through the perforated seating surfaces.

This M is Active.

The BMW M2 is equipped with an Active M Differential that is an electronically controlled multi-plate limited slip differential (LSD) that can adjust on the fly, between 0-100 percent for changes in steering angle, brake pressure, accelerator position, engine torque, wheel speed and yaw rate. All these details are gathered up by sensors, which feed the data to the Differential's control unit, which then applies the required locking effect to prevent wheel slip. And best of all, it happens within milliseconds.

On the braking side of things, the M2 Competition is equipped with M Sport Brakes to provide maximum performance. Developed by BMW Motorsports, they are stronger, larger, and more powerful than the brakes they replace that were found on the previous M2.

Constant improvement is how BMW continues to bring you such potent examples of the Ultimate Driving Machine.