With just a few months on the market, BMW M2 has become one of the options preferred by preparers. Some have even put the bar very high, presenting packages of empowerment who looked you your great sports market. This time, who dares to modify the German model is Alpha N-Performance, trainer that presents a product that brings in their crosshairs to the BMW M4. And it is that, in addition to successful aesthetics, makes in its final stage a similar potency to his brother, 430 HP.
For most mortals the 370 horsepower and 465 Nm of torque that are extracted from the six-cylinder engine and 3.0 liter BMW M2 are sufficient, although for Alpha N-Performance they are not. It is reason has led them to create a package divided into three stages that increases the energy of the propellant, each with a power level. Thus we find powers ranging from 400 HP to the 430 HP yielding the last stage, a power that is very familiar to us in the range, and is that his brother BMW M4 431 CV.
Package promotion offering the maker begins with stage 1. This leaves us 400 HP and 580 Nm of torque, not bad to begin with. Then we have the stage 2, the intermediate stage which raises the power to 415 HP and torque up to 600 Nm. The preparation is the top with the 430 HP and 620 Nm of torque of stage 3, a kit of you looking your 431 HP and 550 Nm of torque developed by the BMW M4.
This BMW M2 is good and wants to look like it, therefore the preparer has mounted some accessories in its body, giving it a more aggressive character. In the compact sporty body we find various elements that remind us of the M family, as rear-view mirrors in carbon fiber, the rear wing of the same material or vinyl that runs through the profile. The front bumpers are more aggressive and aprons and diffuser end up topping a very able to print.
Alpha N-Performance mounted also in this preparation a few spectacular rims multiradio painted in black 19-inchOZ Racing Ultraleggera HLT. It also receives a sport exhaust system and a height-adjustable coilover suspension.
Source – Alpha N-Performance