G-Power Can Make The M2 CS Nearly 50% More Powerful

If that’s a bit much, three lower stages of tune are also available.

Let’s clear the air first. The new BMW M2, with generation code G87, doesn’t have a CS version. Yet. But the previous-gen M2 (F87) did, holding the title of range-topper, though its production was limited to 2,200 units. G-Power has devised a variety of power upgrades for the said model. Accompanying additional oomph are cosmetic changes, which help onlookers distinguish the tuned version from the standard one. And the tuner calls the finished product as G2M CS Bi-Turbo.

The BMW M2 CS packs 450hp/550Nm by default. That’s probably enough for most adrenaline-seeking drivers out there. However, you can add nearly 50 per cent more grunt to the mix via G-Power’s top-spec tune. Opting for it ropes in a sports downpipe for lower exhaust backpressure, custom injectors, a crankshaft central screw lock, the GP Deeptone exhaust system with four carbon-coated tailpipes and upgraded turbos. As a result, the 3.0-litre six-cylinder engine offers 660hp/800Nm.

Too much? Well, there are options. For example, G-Power can keep the power/torque figures at 570hp/720Nm, 540hp/680Nm or even 500hp/650Nm. And those power packages are also available for the M2 Competition (F87). Customers can choose additional modifications for each state of tune, such as raising the top speed, a GP overrun fuel cut-off, GTS transmission software, a CNC-milled charge-air cooler package, boost pipes and sports air filters.

As mentioned above, the G2M CS Bi-Turbo also gets cosmetic changes. The list includes Hurricane RR forged rims made from aircraft-grade aluminium, spanning 20 inches in diameter at either end and finished in one of the several options available. Another notable addition is the GP-Dynamic Wing on the rear axle. According to the tuner, the latter adds to the car’s high-speed stability.

G-Power confirms that it has already begun work to offer upgrades for the new-gen BMW M2. Expect more on it in a few weeks.

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