BMW has unveiled the all-new M2 MotoGP Safety Car in this short clip and is ready for the service later this year. The model sports an Alpine White exterior with a BMW M livery and is equipped with of BMW M Performance Parts. MotoGP and BMW M Division have formed an ideal combination for almost two decades.
The Safety Cars are high-performance BMW M cars, whose outstanding driving properties make them the perfect foil to any challenges out on the racetrack. The latest example is the BMW M2 MotoGP Safety Car, which makes its debut this season. At the heart of the commitment is the provision of the Safety Car fleet. BMW M implements the latest technology in order to guarantee the safety of the MotoGP riders, whatever the conditions.
The BMW M2 features a a front splitter, an LED light bar, and an adjustable carbon fibre reinforced plastic rear wing. It also gets carbon-ceramic brakes, an M Performance Coilover suspension, and high-performance Michelin Cup tires. Inside, it gets unique styled designers installed leather and Alcantara upholstery, gold contrast stitching, and carbon fibre trim along with racing seats with six-point harness and a roll cage that is loosely based on the one used in the M4 GTS.
This M2 safety car is power packed with a 3.0-litre M TwinPower Turbo six-cylinder engine that is capable to produce 365 HP and 500 Nm of torque. This motor enables the standard M2 Coupe to bolt from 0-60 mph in mere 4.2 seconds before hitting the electronically displayed top speed of 155 mph.