BMW M2 '23

This model was added to FH5 in September 2023 and FM in February 2024 as the 2023 BMW M2.

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BMW 2-Series 2022-current (G42)


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2023 BMW M2


M240i or 230i M Sport would also be a nice addition to Forza Horizon 5


The latest M2 will be the last manual, rear-wheel drive, pure internal combustion M car. So it’s bound to be special, and probably a future classic. The engine comes from the G80/G82 M3/M4, detuned slightly to 460 PS, 10 up on the incredible F87 M2 CS. There are carbon fiber bits on offer, as always, including the stacked exhaust design introduced on the M4. With the M4 putting on quite a bit of weight for this generation, the M2 offers almost as much power with less weight and at a smaller price, which makes it a great proposition for enthusiasts.



2024 BMW M2 Coupe

Under the hood, the all-new M2 is armed with the same S58 3.0L turbo six-cylinder engine as the M4, but it’s been detuned to produce 460PS of power and 550Nm of torque. That’s more than what you get from the old M2. As expected, it can be mated to either a 6-speed MT or an 8-speed M Steptronic AT with Drivelogic which makes it capable of hitting a 0-100kph time of 4.1 seconds and a top speed limited to 250kph. 285kph with M Driver’s Package. That’s 5kph more than the old M2.


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Bmw M2 2022 or 2023 would be nice.


The new-gen M2 is coming to FH5’s next update. I am sure that it will also take part in Motorsport.


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