AC Schnitzer M2 Comp

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  1. 25 Aug 2019 at 8:42 AM #1
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    What an interesting read, but I wonder if this is better:

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    I drove it last week, didn’t get a chance to really lean on it, but down some off camber, bumpy roads, the car quickly inspires confidence and is immense fun!
     
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    WTF the wheel arch extensions?!
     
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    It doesn’t photograph well, looks pretty decent in the flesh, but maybe not to everyone’s taste!
     
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    Great share .

    I personally don't like it as it looks so CRASS the way they have just stuck the wheel arch extensions on .

    It does not hide the fact it still looks like a m240i

    A better option would be to buy a regular M2 comp and lightly mod it

    £80k is a huge amount to spend and gets a lot of car
     
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    Or just wait for the limited edition M2CS which comes out in March next year.

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    Or just buy a gt4. Anyone who spends that much on a m2 is mental.
     
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    Its certainly a very specific bit of kit, it has been built to be a real drivers car and its abilities certainly outweigh its badge, but its badge or perception as an M240i is what makes it a tough sell.

    Agree with the look in the pictures, but in the flesh it is much better, although retains a real motorsport feel and is a bit of homage to classic M products of the past. It is not for everyone to look at, but I urge any driving purist to get a drive in it, not to buy it, but just to understand what can be achieved in terms of handling for a fast road and track car with the right hardware and setup. I am sure you will also agree with me and ask why it doesn't have a manual in it, which it now can apparently!
     
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