Halfway inbetween the base M2 and the semi-crazed M2 CS lies the M2 Competition. This took the basic recipe of the M2 (big motor is small chassis) and turned it up a few notches. You got an even bigger motor, the big brother M3/4 S55 twin-turbo inline-six, and though it was turned down a bit you were still looking at over 400 horsepower and 400 lb-ft of torque. Yes, please! Better still, it could be had with a manual transmission, and BMW popped on some revised and pretty cool wheels as well. The extra motor would set you back a little over $4k out the door, but surely these will remain on the radar as a future classic given their relatively raw, analog experience. What will a recent one set you back today?
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