BMW has officially unveiled the all-new BMW M2 MotoGP Safety Car. The car will enter service later this year and comes in Alpine White exterior and with lots of BMW M Performance parts.
According to the German car manufacturer, the BMW M2 MotoGP Safety Car was built over the course of ten weeks and comes with a new front splitter, an LED light bar and a carbon fiber reinforced plastic adjustable rear wing. More than that, the BMW M2 MotoGP Safety Car features carbon ceramic brakes, an M Performance coilover suspension and special Michelin Cup tires.
Inside the cabin of the BMW M2 MotoGP Safety Car we see Alcantara upholstery, gold contrast stitching and carbon fiber accessories. We also have noticed the racing seats with six-point harness and a roll cage. Last but not least is the unique lighting control panel which activates the car’s various lighting systems.
BMW M2 MotoGP Safety Car – Engine
Under the hood of the BMW M2 MotoGP Safety Car is a 3.0 liter M TwinPower Turbo six cylinder engine that can deliver 365 horsepower and 343 pound-feet of torque – 369 lb-ft with overboost. The standard version of the BMW M2 can run from 0-60 miles per hour in as little as 4.2 seconds before hitting an electronically-limited top speed of 155 mph.
The 2016 MotoGP World Championship will debut in Qatar on March 20th and spans a total of 18 races on five continents.