2020 BMW M2 CS

If the lack of a ‘true’ M-branded motor in the M2 was just too much for your ego to take, BMW offered you two solutions to up the ante. The M2 Competition borrowed the S55 motor and upgraded a few bits, giving you right around 400 horsepower and matching torque to play with. You can grab one for about a 20-25% premium over a M2. Not enough? BMW didn’t think so, either. Enter the 2020 BMW M2 CS. The CS also borrowed bits, but this time from the upgraded Competition Package F8X M3/4 – meaning you now had 10% more horsepower at 444. They also chopped some weight off, added some fantastic gold wheels, threw in some special trim, and limited the number being imported. The result? A very special – and very expensive – 2-Series:

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Year: 2020
Model: M2 CS
VIN: WBS1J3C02L7H57522
Engine: 3.0 liter twin-turbocharged inline-6
Transmission: 6-speed manual
Mileage: 15 mi
Location: Miami, Florida
Price: $99,900 Buy It Now

1 OF APPROXIMATELY 400 UNITS RESERVED FOR THE US MARKET

DESIRABLE 6-SPEED MANUAL

ONLY 15 MILES

2020 BMW M2 CS FINISHED IN MISANO BLUE METALLIC OVER BLACK WITH RED STITCHING LEATHER / ALCANTARA INTERIOR. THIS M2 COMES EQUIPPED WITH:

444 HORSEPOWER 3.0 LITER M TWINPOWER TURBO INLINE 6 CYLINDER

6-SPEED MANUAL TRANSMISSION

19″ M LIGHT ALLOY GOLD WHEELS

M SPORT BRAKES WITH RED CALIPERS

CONNECTED DRIVE PACKAGE (INCLUDES: CONNECTEDDRIVE SERVICES, ADVANCED RTTI, CONCIERGE SERVICES)

M CARBON ROOF

APPLE CARPLAY COMPATABILITY

M DRIVERS PACKAGE

SATELLITE RADIO

ADAPTIVE M SUSPENSION

PARK DISTANCE CONTROL

NAVIGATION SYSTEM

PLUS OWNERS MANUALS AND 2 KEYS
Deposit required to use “Buy It Now” feature. Deposit is non-refundable.

$100,000. Yep. And if you’re thinking that’s a huge dealer mark-up, you’re only partly right – these cars stickered at $85,000 before options, and it wasn’t hard to break 90k once you started ticking boxes. That’s just a massive premium over the M2 Competition; a quick jaunt over the BMW’s website reveals you can order a base M2 Competition – brand new – for $59,000. Granted, the M2 CS is quite limited – only 2,200 total, and a claim of 400 coming to the US. And the color is fantastic. Absolutely spot on! Coupled with the gold wheels, it’s really fantastic. But $100,000? You can easily have TWO M2s for that amount, and you’re knocking on Porsche 911 GT3 money. Bonkers.

-Carter

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9 Comments

  1. I don’t think it’s crazy at all. Imo it’s the only m2 to actually buy because it’s special. M2/3/4’s are so common place and mass produced that I just don’t have any real interest or much respect for them. On the other hand, the CS’s are just wonderful. There are so many special little touches both inside and outside that I think these will be the only ones to actually hold any value. The CS’s remind me of how M (or AMG) cars used to be. They used to be special. They used to be so, so different from the company cars that these companies churn out. Porsche has done a great job keeping their RS cars special like this. When MB and Bmw make all these fake m/amg cars (“m340i” or the stupid e43 “amg”) all it does is dilute what m/amg is actually supposed to be. So not only am I extremely happy that bmw has decided to make a run of CS’s, but I will continue to shout from the rooftops how great a thing they really are.

  2. Great cars from what I have read but I don’t think $100k great. $70k maybe. I guess it’s supply and demand. Too bad they don’t make the adaptive dampers option on the regular M2 Competition.

  3. Ricky, I think you’re spot on. There is nothing special about the run of the mill M car or AMG car anymore. I have an e30 M3 I am about to list. I bought one new back in 1990. It was such a special car because it was not mass marketed, it was a limited production car and was genuinely a special car. Maybe the CS version is that car today, the other just feel like slick marketing to the masses.

  4. Howard, that’s great that you have an e30! What color is yours? My father had a red on black ’89 for a couple of years. That’s cool that you bought it new and kept it so long. Will you list it on BAT? I’d imagine you would get a pretty penny, and it sounds like a perfect BAT car. I’m glad to hear I’m not alone in thinking that these mass produced cars just aren’t that interesting or special. And I completely agree about them seeming to be nothing more than marketing for the people who think they’re slick-stuff. Cheers!

  5. The car I am selling is not the one I bought back on 1990. I sold that one for $16500 with 43k miles on it in 1994.

    I’m selling a red/tan 88 with 50k on it. Will be up on BAT very very soon.

  6. James P Fuerstenberg

    I have to agree…not worth 100K…too many other choices at that price. A fully loaded C8 Corvette or a pretty nice 911.

    Here is another opinion. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C9CUkonyIZs&ab_channel=Harry%27sgarage

  7. M2 Competition is a phenomenal car, fast, comfortable, track capable, practical and understated. No idea if this is worth the premium. I would buy a GT4, but 100k toys are not in my preview anyway.

  8. Purview*

  9. The C8 Corvette is far too ugly to even think of as an option.

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