Here we have a new BMW M2 Competition in Hockenheim Silver Metallic that came into us for a New Car Detail & installation of Xpel Paint Protection Film.
On the surface, the BMW M2 Competition looks like a lightly fettled version of the standard M2 car. The biggest change is found under the bonnet, where the M2’s old turbocharged straight-six, which could trace its roots back to the unit in the fairly run-of-the-mill M135i, has been replaced by the full-fat, BMW Motorsport developed engine from the M4.
Our client contacted us with a view to carrying out an Correction Detail on his 2015 Melbourne Red BMW Alpina D3 BiTurbo Touring.
This new 2017 BMW M140i painted in Estoril Blue came to us for our Signature Gtechniq New Car Treatment along with fitment of Xpel paint protection film (PPF) to the front end.
BMW’s new M2 may be the smallest M car yet, but there’s nothing diminutive about its stance or stature. It’s small but beautifully formed – in both style and concept.
The latest BMW M3 (F80) ditches the 4.0-litre V8 from the previous car and now packs a 3.0-litre turbocharged six-cylinder engine under the bonnet, but this doesn’t mean sacrifices have been made in terms of power and performance.
The BMW i8 really shook up not only the sports car world when it arrived in 2014, but also the car world in general. It’s one of the most crucial cars of the last decade and marks an achievement of true innovation in terms of design, performance and efficiency by BMW. In years to come we could even look back on this car as the one that saved the supercar thanks to this enticing blend.