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"It's about a second quicker
than the M3..."


05/05/2013 11:13 |  Comments: 


The guy behind the idea of the English-language Totalcar site, the, also serving as an editor at the Hungarian , our mother site. Serial collector of sorry old things that have internal combustion engines in them, as a newfound religion, Zsolt is keeping a family under the terror of rust. Being in the business for the best part of the last 19 years, he landed at Totalcar after serving at a huge round of printed automotive magazines. Has a wife, two small(ish) children and a pet rabbit.

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What is it then? A BMW 2002 from the 70's, an M3 from the 80's? No, it's a hybrid from 2013, but not quite on the line of Toyota's ideas.

A Bavarian car, but this one is from the States - it popped onto the screen from Marc Norris's Bavarian Workshop. 2002's were pretty good as they came out of the box but this one has a tuned M3 motor, Wilwood brakes, coilovers and lots of stiffening in the chassis. It is a bit stonger, much lighter and noticeably quicker than a stock E30 M3, almost by a second.

Were we to categorize it, we'd be having difficulties in telling whether this is a new car, a classic or a so called "youngtimer" but we're smitten anyways. Meet the one and only amazing M2.

To the question about how much it costs, there is the answer at the end of the video. Your jaw will drop to the floor for sure.

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