The BMW M2 Competition was never lacking in power, with its twin-turbo straight-six petrol engine producing 302 kW and 550 N.m of torque as standard. However, the folks over at German firm KK Automobile clearly think that the Bavarian sportscar needs more oomph.

Dubbed the M2 KK CS, the tuned BMW M2 Competition has received under-the-bonnet modifications in the shape of chip tuning, new turbochargers and a revised air-intake system. A sports exhaust system has been fitted, too, making the standard six-cylinder mill even louder.

Thanks to these upgrades, the car’s standard power output have been uprated to a whopping 434 kW. The tuner makes no mention of whether the torque has been increased.

The M2 Competition-based car (fitted with NTM racing alloys) also rides visibly lower than the standard model. Other items added include bonnet vents and myriad carbon-fibre items, such as the front splitter, rear diffuser and boot-mounted rear spoiler.

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