Electronic Arts & Ghost Games released a new trailer for their upcoming open world racing game, Need for Speed featuring BMW M2 Coupé.
The BMW M2 Coupé was just revealed and it will be available to drive, and customize in Need for Speed, get a glimpse after the break:
The BMW Cars of Need for Speed
BMW M2 Coupé
The BMW M2 Coupé represents the successor of the historical BMW 1 Series M Coupé. With its 6-cylinder engine and rear-wheel drive, the BMW M2 Coupé sets new benchmarks in terms of driving dynamics and agility. Moreover, the consistent use of iconic M design elements contributes to its expressive design and authentic M appearance. With an engine output of 272 kW (370 hp) and a maximum torque of 500 Nm, this car is a power pack, letting you know the true promise of ultimate driving pleasure!
BMW M3 E46
The third BMW 3 Series generation to receive the coveted M3 badge, the E46 M3 combined the best qualities of its two predecessors to become the ultimate driver’s performance car. With its rear-wheel-drive layout and throaty 3.2-liter straight-six engine, it’s been praised for its incredible sound, superb throttle response and perfect handling. Is the E46 M3 the greatest BMW of all time? You decide…
BMW M3 Evolution II E30
In all of its Bavarian beauty, the super rare E30 Evolution II was produced by BMW as a homologation car for the DTM championship back in 1992, with only 500 examples sold worldwide. The E30 is best-known for its enlarged boxy guards, iconic retro styling cues and user-friendly handling characteristics. Powered by a screaming naturally-aspirated inline 4-cylinder engine, it’s lightweight, ultra-desirable and built to race.
BMW M3 E92
The E92 M3 was the first of BMW’s legendary M3s to use a V8 engine. The 2-door sport coupe comes factory equipped with a carbon-fiber roof, and balances unique performance features with modern comforts. But don’t be fooled; underneath its skin lies a naturally aspirated monster with bucket loads of torque. With its 8,300rpm redline, it has instantaneous throttle response and a howling exhaust note like no other!
BMW M4 Coupé
More power, more torque, more speed. The M4 forms part of BMW’s range of M performance coupes, packing a powerful punch with its 431hp twin turbo straight six engine. Featuring lightweight, carbon fiber-reinforced parts and sleek looks, the M4 boasts impeccable performance and precise handling a street racing sleeper fit for a gentleman.
Need for Speed launches on November 3 in NA and November 5, 2015 in UK for PS4 and Xbox One. PC release sometime in 2016.
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