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2017 BMW M2 Walk Around

The stubby M2 clearly looks like it means business. Under the BMW twin-kidney grille, there’s a big air intake flanked by a pair of angular ducts. Flared fenders hold the wide stance.

Interior

It’s far from luxurious in the cabin. A $53k BMW doesn’t have the same interior materials as say a $75k one. It feels a bit stark inside, with lesser surfaces, even though they are special M surfaces; and not much design, even though there are M logos on the gauge cluster, shift lever, door sills, and steering wheel.

The seats are great, good bolstering for the twisties and easy on the back on rough highways. Road noise is mostly a mere whoosh.

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