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      11-02-2017, 09:29 PM   #1409
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This seem strange. An S55 M2 will probably be really close to the M3 price wise. If they can fit the S55 and keep the price around the N55 M2 level that will be one hell of a deal!
Yeah, I'd think a B58TU "standard" M2 would be more likely. Also would be nice if there's a switch to the carbon-fiber chassis (CLAR?) for significant weight reduction.
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Yeah, I'd think a B58TU "standard" M2 would be more likely. Also would be nice if there's a switch to the carbon-fiber chassis (CLAR?) for significant weight reduction.
The switch to CLAR is extremely likely for next generation.

Good point about the B58TU. That makes more sense. In fact, I think I’m starting to remember this having been discussed here before with lemetier and ynguldyn weighing in.
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Yeah, hundreds of configurable steering/throttle/suspension combination settings has M3/4 written all over it. Seriously, who needs all that shit?
People who have their spouses also driving their cars, for starters. And people who like a hardcore track setup, and a not so hardcore street setup.

And we only need a few well chosen settings, not hundreds.
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An M2 CSL will be DCT only, guaranteed. And around $130k MSRP, so most people who declared themselves in, will in fact be out.
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I don't want a DCT-only M2 CLS festooned (sorry) with wings, splitters and any other number of aerodynamic enhancements that mean nothing if the car is not primarily a track car. Still, I hope it is built and used for that purpose.

I want the S55 in the M2 with a MT. Perhaps that will be the M2 CS, but I actually would prefer the standard M2 with the S55. I think the car looks boy-racer enough without add-ons. But then again, my favorite car remains my E39 M5, so what do I know?
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That's a perfect list of items that simply won't happen on an M2, and it sounds like you aren't really a serious M2 buyer. You are wasting your time you should be enjoying an M4!
Oh I do, The M4 is just SO big! Honestly I wish it were around the size of the M2

I was going to buy an M2 until I found out I was 20th on the wait list

But now I'm obsessed and enamored with all the M4 goodies

So basically BMW lured me in with the M2 and got the up sell.
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That's a perfect list of items that simply won't happen on an M2, and it sounds like you aren't really a serious M2 buyer. You are wasting your time you should be enjoying an M4!
Oh I do, The M4 is just SO big! Honestly I wish it were around the size of the M2

I was going to buy an M2 until I found out I was 20th on the wait list

But now I'm obsessed and enamored with all the M4 goodies

So basically BMW lured me in with the M2 and got the up sell.

Yep! That is the ///Marketing plan! I've been saying this since 2016 and saw it in action with the 1M in 2011.

The M2 is marketed as a loss leader.

Advertise M2 sizzle.
No product in stock. So...advisors must
Sell customers up to M3 or M4
Sell customers down to M235/M240

The Dealers takes in more cash for selling the m235/240/M3/M4 than they would selling an M2.

And yes. The M4 is Huuuuge. Way too big a coupe for me.
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That's a perfect list of items that simply won't happen on an M2, and it sounds like you aren't really a serious M2 buyer. You are wasting your time you should be enjoying an M4!
Yeah, hundreds of configurable steering/throttle/suspension combination settings has M3/4 written all over it. Seriously, who needs all that shit?
These cars aren't a matter of need, it's preference. Personally I use the settings to adjust to different road conditions and different driving styles and it works great.

And as best I can recall, 3 throttle, 3 steering, and 3 suspension settings yields 27 combinations. Not quite hundreds.
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Scottt did mention about a G30 M550e coming, any hints on that one?

And the upgraded hybrid power train only for 7 & X5?
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This seem strange. An S55 M2 will probably be really close to the M3 price wise. If they can fit the S55 and keep the price around the N55 M2 level that will be one hell of a deal!
Yeah, I'd think a B58TU "standard" M2 would be more likely. Also would be nice if there's a switch to the carbon-fiber chassis (CLAR?) for significant weight reduction.
I'm in agreement here. I much more see a B58T030 going in place of the n55 and not an S55 .. in order to really keep the M4 upscale but who knows. They've made so many s55s at this point the cost is probably lower for the older motor
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So the S55-powered M2 CS/Competition is actually replacing the N55 model altogether? I guess I haven’t been following close enough - is that confirmed?

If that’s the case, that would seem to make the possibility of an S58 powered M2 right out of the gate for the next generation even more likely. That would definitely get me thinking seriously about a Gxx M2 for my next car, despite the fact that I would really prefer not to have to give up the convenience of four doors
Post from the M2 CS thread....
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Well well well...

To be honest, I never even bothered to check the EOP of the original M2. Just never thought I would discover anything newsworthy...

June 2018.

Let the outrage begin.
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An M2 CSL will be DCT only, guaranteed. And around $130k MSRP, so most people who declared themselves in, will in fact be out.
You are probably right about the DCT, so therefore I AM out. The price will not be the limiting factor, but the availability/scarcity will!
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      11-03-2017, 12:33 AM   #1421
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Yeah, I'd think a B58TU "standard" M2 would be more likely. Also would be nice if there's a switch to the carbon-fiber chassis (CLAR?) for significant weight reduction.
Of course this is a theory, but also based on some known facts. If you haven’t been following there is a Competition and CSL model coming.

If you notice in what was once considered M2 CS spy videos, the cars have no additional camo covered aero pieces like the M4 CS spy videos. They all sound and look the same...a base looking M2 with minor camo covering updates and a distinct S55 exhaust note.

The M2 Competition(not CS), will replace the N55 M2 which ends production June 2018. It will be given a detuned S55, larger brakes(from spy videos), new seats, exterior refresh. This isn’t just a package like on other M models. The new name and price increase will help BMW explain the move to current N55 M2 owners.

Spy videos of M2 CSL will eventually surface following Competition release like the M4 GTS...with big wing, splitter, diffuser, roll cage...etc.

BMW would not R&D the S55 for the M2 chassis and deal with all emissions regulation tests for one low volume CSL model. They would never recoup their money on 750 or 1000 units worldwide. Bean counters would not approve that.

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Yeah, I'd think a B58TU "standard" M2 would be more likely. Also would be nice if there's a switch to the carbon-fiber chassis (CLAR?) for significant weight reduction.
Of course this is a theory, but also based on some known facts. If you haven’t been following there is a Competition and CSL model coming.

If you notice in what was once considered M2 CS spy videos, the cars have no additional camo covered aero pieces like the M4 CS spy videos. They all sound and look the same...a base looking M2 with minor camo covering updates and a distinct S55 exhaust note.

The M2 Competition(not CS), will replace the N55 M2 which ends production June 2018. It will be given a detuned S55, larger brakes(from spy videos), new seats, exterior refresh. This isn’t just a package like on other M models. The new name and price increase will help BMW explain the move to current N55 M2 owners.

Spy videos of M2 CSL will eventually surface following Competition release like the M4 GTS...with big wing, splitter, diffuser, roll cage...etc.

BMW would not R&D the S55 for the M2 chassis and deal with all emissions regulation tests for one low volume CSL model. They would never recoup their money on 750 or 1000 units worldwide. Bean counters would not approve that.
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Of course this is a theory, but also based on some known facts. If you haven’t been following there is a Competition and CSL model coming.

If you notice in what was once considered M2 CS spy videos, the cars have no additional camo covered aero pieces like the M4 CS spy videos. They all sound and look the same...a base looking M2 with minor camo covering updates and a distinct S55 exhaust note.

The M2 Competition(not CS), will replace the N55 M2 which ends production June 2018. It will be given a detuned S55, larger brakes(from spy videos), new seats, exterior refresh. This isn’t just a package like on other M models. The new name and price increase will help BMW explain the move to current N55 M2 owners.

Spy videos of M2 CSL will eventually surface following Competition release like the M4 GTS...with big wing, splitter, diffuser, roll cage...etc.

BMW would not R&D the S55 for the M2 chassis and deal with all emissions regulation tests for one low volume CSL model. They would never recoup their money on 750 or 1000 units worldwide. Bean counters would not approve that.
Really interesting facts putted together. Thanks !
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Great to see the M2 top variant all but confirmed. Surely it's back to looking at the Moto GP car minus gold rims and emergency lights now
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Post from the M2 CS thread....
Thanks for the reference. I added the post number to your QUOTE tag so it’s easy for people to find the original.

Anyway, I suppose the next question would be, is there any chance that the N55 powered car is ending production to make way for a B58TU powered update? I acknowledge that it is pretty unlikely this could occur without ynguldyn getting wind of it. On the other hand, any breadcrumbs that might lead to the identity of and info about the new limited M3 model coming next year have escaped detection so far. So it does happen from time to time.

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Of course this is a theory, but also based on some known facts. If you haven’t been following there is a Competition and CSL model coming.

...

The M2 Competition(not CS), will replace the N55 M2 which ends production June 2018. It will be given a detuned S55, larger brakes(from spy videos), new seats, exterior refresh. This isn’t just a package like on other M models. The new name and price increase will help BMW explain the move to current N55 M2 owners.
This is somewhat believable. However, there’s not a whole lot of room to move it up market without causing the starting price of the M2 and M4 to be too close - in the same 60k-ish price range (overlap with the M3, however, would not be an issue since it will be gone by the time these cars start hitting the dealerships in numbers, and plus it’s a four door). So, it leaves questions about what to do with the M4. Perhaps they would make the 444hp engine standard and bump up the base price. Just thinking out loud.

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BMW would not R&D the S55 for the M2 chassis and deal with all emissions regulation tests for one low volume CSL model. They would never recoup their money on 750 or 1000 units worldwide. Bean counters would not approve that.
But, didn’t they do just that when they put the water injected S55 into the M4 GTS? I have my doubts that that engine “got a pass” in the area of regulatory certification simply because it was based on the standard S55. If that were the case, I’d think the the S55 potentially could too since it’s based on the N55. Sure, the differences are of another variety, but unless we are actually cracking open the law books from countries around the world, it seems like pure guesswork to say that the two situations are treated differently from a legal perspective.

Furthermore, and I guess this point should have been weighted higher that the one above, it was never suggested that the S55 would only be used in the CSL. Right? As far as I know, the prevailing theory was always that it would be used in both the ”CS” and the CSL. So either way, it would see much more production than just a thousand or so units. The question on the table is whether or not the “CS” will become the new base model, not whether or not it will use the S55.
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Yep! That is the ///Marketing plan! I've been saying this since 2016 and saw it in action with the 1M in 2011.

The M2 is marketed as a loss leader.

Advertise M2 sizzle.
No product in stock. So...advisors must
Sell customers up to M3 or M4
Sell customers down to M235/M240

The Dealers takes in more cash for selling the m235/240/M3/M4 than they would selling an M2.

And yes. The M4 is Huuuuge. Way too big a coupe for me.
You nailed it sir.
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This seem strange. An S55 M2 will probably be really close to the M3 price wise. If they can fit the S55 and keep the price around the N55 M2 level that will be one hell of a deal!
Yeah, I'd think a B58TU "standard" M2 would be more likely. Also would be nice if there's a switch to the carbon-fiber chassis (CLAR?) for significant weight reduction.
I'm in agreement here. I much more see a B58T030 going in place of the n55 and not an S55 .. in order to really keep the M4 upscale but who knows. They've made so many s55s at this point the cost is probably lower for the older motor
I wonder, though, if BMW sees the interior being a large enough differentiating factor between the M2 and M3/M4 to allow for similar engine output. Maybe their thinking is that customers will still shift to the M3/M4 due to different interior materials and choices, which I'm guessing a lot of buyers of these cars will do.

I'll admit I'm probably one of those buyers. My guess is I'd really love driving the M2, but I prefer the interior (and color choices) of the M3 a bit more.
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I have a 528 lease expiring on 5/30/2018, with the potential for a 3 month pull-forward in March. Wife's car which I am going to replace with an X5 40e. The mention of an upgraded powertrain to the X5 45e (and 745e should have the same specs) is VERY interesting. I've been expecting the G05 to have the higher capacity battery expected in the i3, but no details, yet. An increase in electric range of 50% would make all the difference for my wife's commute and is very attractive. It comes down to whether I take advantage of what I expect will be deals on a close-out 2018 next June, or extending the 528 lease for a G05 in Nov 2019. As such, I'll following any info on this new powertrain avidly. Does anyone have anything to offer about this upgrade? I'm hoping that info on the 745e will be available before the X5 45e, since it's probably an LCI, as contrasted to a completely new model. They should be the same.
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I'll admit I'm probably one of those buyers. My guess is I'd really love driving the M2, but I prefer the interior (and color choices) of the M3 a bit more.
I sold my 1M after 6 months for an M3. My biggest complaint was sub-par interior materials. I used the M3 everyday and wanted to be coddled a little more. I don’t regret the decision at all, the M3 was just better all around.
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Thanks for the reference. I added the post number to your QUOTE tag so it’s easy for people to find the original.

Anyway, I suppose the next question would be, is there any chance that the N55 powered car is ending production to make way for a B58TU powered update? I acknowledge that it is pretty unlikely this could occur without ynguldyn getting wind of it. On the other hand, any breadcrumbs that might lead to the identity of and info about the new limited M3 model coming next year have escaped detection so far. So it does happen from time to time.
There is still that possibility, but you would think by now you would have seen spy videos of it or like you said ynguldyn would have gotten wind of it. Also there is fact the so-called M2 CS spy videos have zero additional aero bits, but yet they distinctively all have S55 exhaust notes. Also the vin numbers show an S55.

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This is somewhat believable. However, there’s not a whole lot of room to move it up market without causing the starting price of the M2 and M4 to be too close - in the same 60k-ish price range (overlap with the M3, however, would not be an issue since it will be gone by the time these cars start hitting the dealerships in numbers, and plus it’s a four door). So, it leaves questions about what to do with the M4. Perhaps they would make the 444hp engine standard and bump up the base price. Just thinking out loud.
It seems that the M2 S55 could not see quite the price bump some would expect. According to the vin the Competition isn't getting big updates, besides S55. Only other notable upgrades in the vin are M seats(712) and M brakes (2NH), both are options. Car still has dakota leather, new perforated leather is an option. Still no M mirrors, no carbon roof, no M merino leather, etc. You can see by the vin there is still some cost cutting, in my opinion to keep msrp comfortably under the M4.

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But, didn’t they do just that when they put the water injected S55 into the M4 GTS? I have my doubts that that engine “got a pass” in the area of regulatory certification simply because it was based on the standard S55.
It isn't just about regulations. There is a lot of R&D money that goes into packaging. For example...think about cooling, related to different packaging constraints in the M2 engine bay. Having to develop new intake and/or intercooler piping. Developing and manufacturing new pieces, then testing all that in different climates...it all adds up. Who knows what does or doesn't carry over. M4 GTS essentially was ready to go, all they had to do was slap on water injection and a tune. Then only worry about regulations.

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Furthermore, and I guess this point should have been weighted higher that the one above, it was never suggested that the S55 would only be used in the CSL. Right? As far as I know, the prevailing theory was always that it would be used in both the ”CS” and the CSL. So either way, it would see much more production than just a thousand or so units. The question on the table is whether or not the “CS” will become the new base model, not whether or not it will use the S55.
The prevailing wisdom from ynguldyn is CS is now the Competition, an all new designation. So we will get a Competition and CSL. The only cars running around have S55 in the vin. Unless ynguldyn catches wind of a vin with B58tu very soon, I don't see it happening. Only 8 months away now from EOP of N55 M2. Again this is just a theory and me trying to put the puzzle pieces together. I always kept saying..."why is there base looking M2's running around the ring with S55, they don't look like CS models at all". Also some N55 owners would be pissed with either a B58tu or S55 upgrade to base model, the new Competition designation gives BMW an out. Essentially justifying the move by saying this is an all new variant, but in reality it is the same car with detuned S55 and more options.

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