BMW M2 Coupé MotoGP safety car

BMW M is heading into the 2016 MotoGP season with a safety car based on the new M2 Coupé

Unveiled in January 2016 the M2 Coupé, with its racing genes and distinctive style, has proven to be the perfect candidate for a MotoGP Safety Car. With a few modifications, the M2 is ready to take its place at the 2016 MotoGP.

Featuring a new six-cylinder engine with M TwinPower Turbo technology, a three-litre capacity engine and 370hp, the M2 Coupé is not out of place on the racetrack. To get this M model ready for its turn as Safety Car, the M2 Coupé was optimised by hand at the BMW M factory in Garching, M engineers added exclusive, tailor-made solutions and mandatory safety features and the M2 was equipped with extensive BMW M Performance Parts including lightweight carbon-ceramic brakes. The M engineers’ adaptations have resulted in outstanding racetrack speed dynamics, race-worthy traction and a striking appearance.

BMW M2 MotoGP Safety Car Photos

Highlights of the BMW M2 MotoGP Safety Car

  • Based on the new BMW M2 Coupé
  • Equipped with extensive BMW Performance parts to ensure aerodynamics, cooling and lightweight design
  • Lowered thread chassis and exhaust flap – available as retrofit components on the new M2 Coupé
  • Striking appearance including gold roll cage, wheels, seat brackets and contrast stitching

The new BMW M2 Coupé will be available in April 2016 with flexible finance offers at Spire.

BMW M2 Safety Car: leading the fleet at MotoGP

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