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Two doors, compact proportions, blistered bodywork.

Sound familiar? It should - it’s been the visual recipe for BMW Motorsport’s compact road-racers since the E30 M3 (and the 2002 Turbo before that).

 

It’s a recipe that the BMW M2 revived in 2016 following a short hiatus, but one key ingredient was missing: a true Motorsport engine. There’s no doubt the M2 was an appealing car (if not a faultless one) but for all its rowdy road and track behaviour and stocky stance it never quite felt like the naughty exercise in back-room engineering that its 1M predecessor had.



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