Have you ever wondered how a BMW M2 looks like in a convertible styling? If not, then Dahler tuning has envisioned the model with a soft-top just to give us a closer look at a potential version.
But chances are that such a model won`t surface too soon, as the carmaker has not declared any intentions of creating such a model. Even so, this is a good imagery exercise and must be taken accordingly.
As we can depict from the photos below, the model looks extremely appealing without a hard top, increasing its personality and aggressive look. And that might be the perfect version for young people who really love driving freely with the sky over their heads in the hot summer days.
Overall, the design is borrowed from the BMW M2 Coupe standard model, except for the soft top. Other features that differentiate it from the stock version refers to stainless steel exhaust system, big brakes with 400 millimeter discs, eight-piston calipers as well as adjustable sport suspension with 16 settings.
Besides the gorgeous looks, the BMW M2 Convertible comes as well with two power packages under the hood.
The first power stage adds more power to the car`s engine, meaning 408 horsepower and 580 Nm of torque, providing a sprint from 0 to 100 km/h in 4.0 seconds, at a topping of 290 km/h. the second stage is even more impressive, providing 425 horsepower and 610 Nm of torque, at a topping if 300 km/h. More than that, the tuner is also working on a new kit, which means installing an upgraded M4 engine instead of the car`s stock mill.