So we got a 2016 BMW M2
The last time we drove a BMW, the year was 2012 and everybody was celebrating the fact that the world hadn’t ended. Frankly, looking at the carmaker’s roster, it doesn’t look like we missed anything crucial aside from the BMW M3 (unless you count front-wheel-drive minivans and uber-pricey electric cars as things that interest you). Well, here we have the BMW M2, which some say is better than anything else the company makes right now.
Looks-wise, BMW has done all it can to inject some aggressiveness in the 2-Series’ tall bulbous profile. The widened fenders and blade-like bumpers are welcome upgrades.
Inside, it is standard BMW fare, bordering on the boring even. But our test car is loaded to the hilt with features, and it’s surprisingly spacious for its size.
And it drives every bit like a BMW M product should drive. More on that in the full review.