As if performance car fans didn’t already have plenty to be excited about with the announcement of the new 2019 BMW M2 Competition Coupe, BMW Blog is now speculating that a track-ready racing version of the M2 Competition is on the way. While we’re still waiting on a lot of specific details, a new BMW M2 racer would make 2019 an incredible year for BMW fans of all sorts.
The forthcoming 2019 BMW M2 Competition Coupe is itself a
powerfully inspiring, undeniably stunning performance car, packing 405
horsepower thanks to an advanced twin turbocharging system and next-generation
drivetrain engineering. With 0-60 mph acceleration in just 4.0 seconds, the
2019 BMW M2 Competition Coupe will be anything but a slouch on the track.
The rumored BMW M2 racer, however, would take things even
further. BMW Blog is guessing that the M division at BMW might even
fine-tune the 3.0-liter twin-turbo engine to around 470 horsepower, a
substantial increase from the road variant.
Additionally, the racing version would probably sport a
stripped out interior, adjustable suspension, more aerodynamic construction,
and enhanced brake components for handling the stress of circuit racing. If the
new BMW M2 racer does roll out soon, it would likely replace the existing M240i
We don’t sell traditional race cars here at BMW of Fort Wayne, but contact us today to learn more about the performance-ready vehicles in the BMW lineup.
If you love all things big, bold, and powerful, then you are going to absolutely adore the 2020 Alpina B7 recently unveiled by BMW. This full-size luxury sedan does so much more than just look amazing. It will knock your socks off, too.
Underneath the hood is a twin-turbo 4.4-liter V8 engine
rated at 600 horsepower and 590 lb-ft of torque. This is enough power for the
B7 to reach 60 mph in just 3.5 seconds. It also boasts a top speed of 205 mph.
Compared to the previous B7 model, this new version is 12 mph faster at top
To maintain its precision performance, the car will
automatically lower itself by 0.6 inches when travelling at speeds over 140
mph. This helps lower the center of gravity. On the other hand, its air
suspension can lift the car by 0.8 inches for increased ground clearance, when
The B7 comes standard with beautiful 20-inch Alpina Classis
wheels, but a larger 21-inch set is available. That set is made from
high-strength, high-density aluminum.
Inside, passengers will enjoy a supremely quiet ride thanks
to additional insulation and shielding. In addition to the front windshield,
laminated glass is also used on the side and rear windows.
For more information on the release of the 2020 BMW Alpina B7, contact us at BMW of Fort Wayne.
On February 12th, BMW introduced the first-ever 2020 X3 M and X4 M, adding two new vehicles to its M lineup. The BMW M lineup is full of high-performing vehicles that are both street and track-capable, and with the addition of the new 2020 X3 M Sports Activity Vehicle and 2020 X4 M Sports Activity Coupe, the lineup just got even better.
The 2020 X3 M and X4 M will feature a standard, high-revving
S58 3.0-liter six-cylinder M TwinPower Turbo engine that delivers a whopping
473 horsepower and up to 442 lb-ft of torque. For the most daring at heart,
you’ll can opt for the 503 horsepower Competition version of these vehicles. Both
advanced engines combine innovative design features, such as a rigid
closed-deck design, two mono-scroll turbochargers, and a 3D-printed cylinder
The fierce X3 M and X4 M will be able to achieve 0 to 60 mph
in a mere 4.1 seconds while the Competition models shave off an additional 0.1
seconds. The models will have an electronically limited top speed of 155 mph,
which increases to 174 mph with the M Driver’s Package and 177 mph on Competition
models. The vehicles wouldn’t hold the BMW name if they didn’t offer
unparalleled driving dynamics, delivering class-leading handling and refined
comfort alongside their breathtaking performance.
We’re excited at BMW of Fort Wayne for the two new additions to the legendary M lineup. If you’d like to stay up to date on information regarding the 2020 X3 M and X4 M, call or subscribe to our newsletter.