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Finished in Alpine White over black Dakota leather, this 2017 BMW M2 shows 33,800 miles at the time of consignment. Boasting the Executive Package, M Driver’s Package, Apple CarPlay, and 7-speed M-DCT transmission, this fully optioned F87 M2 has been upgraded with coilovers, a charge pipe and air intake, a plethora of carbon fiber body parts, and other accessories as listed below. It is being offered on consignment through Exotic Car Trader with a clean title and a clean Carfax.


Lightly modified with a high-performance street focus, this F87 M2 wears 20” Zito ZF01 wheels and Michelin Pilot Sport 4 tires suspended by KW V3 coilovers. Carbon fiber exterior components from RW Carbon include a trunk spoiler, rear diffuser, front fangs, and side skirt extensions. Black M-style mirrors, iND color-matched side reflectors, iND blackout badges, and tinted windows complement the M2’s Shadowline exterior trim. The Alpine White paint is noted to be in excellent condition and the front bumper has not been drilled for a license plate. Inside, this F87 M2 is trimmed in black Dakota leather with blue deviated stitching and abundant carbon fiber and suede accents. The centerpiece of the interior is a Dinmann flat-bottom carbon fiber steering wheel dressed in perforated leather. Standard options on the 2017 BMW M2 include power heated front seats, dynamic cruise control, rain sensing wipers, and Harmon Kardon premium sound with Bluetooth. Technology features include traction control, stability control, Pedestrian Detection, and Lane Departure Assist. The Executive Package adds a rear-view camera, automatic high beams, wireless charging, Active Driving Assist, and other improvements listed below.


The 2017 BMW M2 is powered by a turbocharged 3.0-liter N55 straight six dubbed the N55. With 365 horsepower and 343 lb-ft of torque on tap (369 lb-ft in overboost mode), this powerplant drives the rear wheels through an optional paddle-shifted 7-speed DCT (double-clutch transmission) with adjustable parameters. Choosing this transmission over the standard 6-speed manual shaves nearly a quarter-second from the F87’s 0-60 time for a total time of 4.3 seconds, matching the Porsche 718 Boxster S and Tesla Model S 75D. The optional M Driver’s Package increases the top speed from 155 MPH to 168. Aftermarket driveline improvements include a charge pipe and air intake.

At a Glance: 2017 BMW M2

A tastefully modified example of a modern-day Bavarian classic.


Exterior –

Alpine White

RW Carbon trunk spoiler

RW Carbon rear diffuser

RW Carbon side skirt extensions

RW Carbon front bumper fangs

KW V3 coilovers

Gloss black 20” Zito ZF01 wheels with TPMS

Michelin Pilot Sport 4 tires

iND color matched side reflectors

iND blackout badges

Tinted windows

Windshield strip


Interior –

Black Dakota Leather with blue deviated stitching

Dinmann M steering wheel (carbon fiber / perforated leather)

Apple CarPlay

Executive Package:

Heated steering wheel (removed)

Rear view camera

Rear Park Distance Control

Automatic high beams

Active Driving Assistant

Wireless charging

WiFi hotspot

Speed limit information (from GPS and cameras)


Driveline –

Turbocharged 3.0-liter N55 inline six (365 hp / 343 lb-ft,369 lb-ft in overboost)

7-speed DCT (double-clutch transmission) with Drivelogic and paddle shifters

M Driver’s Package (trackday used)

Charge pipe

Air intake


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