2023 BMW M2 Comparison

    The second-generation BMW M2 coupe is on track to land in Australia from the second quarter of 2023, priced from $119,900 before on-road costs with either the manual or auto transmission.

    That’s $28,000 more than the current range-topping BMW M240i xDrive, $10,000 more than the previous M2 Competition, but about $65,000 cheaper than the bigger M4 Competition.

    Designed to, in BMW’s words, “encapsulate the pure joy of driving”, the new M2 offers all the ingredients: there’s an inline six, a manual gearbox option as well as an auto, and rear-wheel drive.

    It’s not just the successor to the old M2 which found 60,000 buyers worldwide, but also plays the same role as the 2011 BMW 1 Series M Coupe, the iconic 2000 E46 BMW M3, and even the 1973 BMW 2002 turbo.

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