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      11-28-2019, 02:30 PM   #441
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Price seems about right giving value and exclusivity. Dealer markup will be stiff and add another $9K-$10K for California tax and license. I'd buy if I hadn't already bought my M2C. This M2CS is a possible collector's car? Certainly will be worth more at resale than any comparable M2C modded. I don't feel bummed. I'm already driving a car that's really great and makes me feel pretty damn good.
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When are you expecting delivery?
I've not yet the date, I hope May

I have only my JOB number (Production Number)
allocations haven't been distributed to the dealers yet, neither the bulletins!
He is not in United States or Canada.
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That should be the one and exercised my allocation.


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Thatís what itís been designed to do...looking forward to the videos Dave 🙂

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That should be the one.

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Can you photoshop it with the gold wheels?
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Anyone think these will drop in price like the M4 CS? In Socal they were sitting @ 30k under MSRP
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Can you photoshop it with the gold wheels?
Can you photoshop it with a lower MSRP, 75k USD is a beautiful look
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Can you photoshop it with a lower MSRP, 75k USD is a beautiful look
Here you go Poochie.

No photoshop required . . . and how does $60K sound?

Exclusivity is bullshit, and not what makes a sport car special. It sure as hell is not what sport car enthusiasts love about the M2C. The S55 makes the M2 special, and the horses were let out of the barn with the M2C.

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Can you photoshop it with a lower MSRP, 75k USD is a beautiful look
Here you go Poochie.

No photoshop required . . . and how does $60K sound?

Exclusivity is bullshit, and not what makes a sport car special. It sure as hell is not what sport car enthusiasts love about the M2C. The S55 makes the M2 special, and the horses were let out of the barn with the M2C.

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I love the M2C and the price is just within the realm of being a bargain for all that you get..

I'll tell you want, if the M2C offers the Adaptive Suspension option next model year, which I have a sneaking suspension they will, seeing how they already popped their cherry with the M2 CS, the CS will be a lot less valuable, IMO.

Mechanically, adaptive dampers is the only thing the M2 CS has over the Competition. Everything else is basically cosmetic, if you look beyond the gift paper.

Now, I'm not downplaying the overall package the CS offers in the stock form but if you break it down to a science, it's mostly skin deep.

Sometimes it sucks being perceptive because ignorance is bliss 🤔
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In fairness, how could it be?
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In fairness, how could it be?
Put a CS badge on it.

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I think the M2C folks will always be positioned in the sweet spot. CS will always be worth more, but I think it will depreciate more so the delta between the two will shrink. I also believe that the used market will have a high floor. Likely prices starting to really slow once in the mid 30s. The package is just too good, easy to mod, etc. There will always be the buyers that want something a bit more "special", and willing to pay for it. I don't believe any CS buyer is going to make money. Those that have experience with license cars know that you aren't going to prevent devaluation, you're just trying to mitigate loss. If I were to buy a car, sell it in a year, and lost $10k then that's not a big deal. You'd drop that on most leases for higher end cars. If you're going to buy, then just make sure you're spending your play money. My 2 cents
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Let me put it this way . . . if the M2CS were released FIRST for its projected $85K, how would car enthusiasts feel if the BMW subsequently released the current M2C at $60K?

The M2CS has already been released, and it is called the M2C.

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Can you photoshop it with a lower MSRP, 75k USD is a beautiful look
Here you go Poochie.

No photoshop required . . . and how does $60K sound?

Exclusivity is bullshit, and not what makes a sport car special. It sure as hell is not what sport car enthusiasts love about the M2C. The S55 makes the M2 special, and the horses were let out of the barn with the M2C.

Pulled from NatMad.

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Edit: Natmad, get rid of those amber side markers . . . please :-)
I love the M2C and the price is just within the realm of being a bargain for all that you get..

I'll tell you want, if the M2C offers the Adaptive Suspension option next model year, which I have a sneaking suspension they will, seeing how they already popped their cherry with the M2 CS, the CS will be a lot less valuable, IMO.

Mechanically, adaptive dampers is the only thing the M2 CS has over the Competition. Everything else is basically cosmetic, if you look beyond the gift paper.

Now, I'm not downplaying the overall package the CS offers in the stock form but if you break it down to a science, it's mostly skin deep.

Sometimes it sucks being perceptive because ignorance is bliss 🤔
You really think BMW will add adaptive suspension to their last year M2C model? I mean that would be the dream!

But I don't know historically BMW has ever added a significant feature for their last model run. Sure, they have added different color schemes, but this is a big ask?

If anything, I hope they will add the Merino seats in place of the Dakota seats...
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Can you photoshop it with a lower MSRP, 75k USD is a beautiful look
Here you go Poochie.

No photoshop required . . . and how does $60K sound?

Exclusivity is bullshit, and not what makes a sport car special. It sure as hell is not what sport car enthusiasts love about the M2C. The S55 makes the M2 special, and the horses were let out of the barn with the M2C.

Pulled from NatMad.

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Edit: Natmad, get rid of those amber side markers . . . please :-)
I love the M2C and the price is just within the realm of being a bargain for all that you get..

I'll tell you want, if the M2C offers the Adaptive Suspension option next model year, which I have a sneaking suspension they will, seeing how they already popped their cherry with the M2 CS, the CS will be a lot less valuable, IMO.

Mechanically, adaptive dampers is the only thing the M2 CS has over the Competition. Everything else is basically cosmetic, if you look beyond the gift paper.

Now, I'm not downplaying the overall package the CS offers in the stock form but if you break it down to a science, it's mostly skin deep.

Sometimes it sucks being perceptive because ignorance is bliss 🤔
You really think BMW will add adaptive suspension to their last year M2C model? I mean that would be the dream!

But I don't know historically BMW has ever added a significant feature for their last model run. Sure, they have added different color schemes, but this is a big ask?

If anything, I hope they will add the Merino seats in place of the Dakota seats...
I don't see why they can't now offer adaptive dampers on the future M2Cs as they already set the stage, without much overhead.

Not sure about the high-grade leather though.

The blueprint has already been constructed for the 2 Series M chassis, inspiration from the M2 CS and to a lesser degree in the M240i for electronic dampers.

They used to offer M Adaptive Suspension on the M4 a la carte for $1,000, now its standard with the Competition Package.

That's a viable option for the M2 Competition to push out a few more cars and satiate the few that felt like they got short changed by the lack of available CSs. BMW philosophy is always Greed is Good, so it's possible.

As far as the End of Models goes, in my experience, that's when BMW starts throwing in all the bells and whistles for free.

A lot of the options become standard like Alarm and Xenon headlights in the F series and special editions start popping up like the 135is and 335is, with added power and features standard.

We'll see how it goes as they now begin to phase out the F Series M2C.
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Can you photoshop it with a lower MSRP, 75k USD is a beautiful look
Here you go Poochie.

No photoshop required . . . and how does $60K sound?

Exclusivity is bullshit, and not what makes a sport car special. It sure as hell is not what sport car enthusiasts love about the M2C. The S55 makes the M2 special, and the horses were let out of the barn with the M2C.

Pulled from NatMad.

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Edit: Natmad, get rid of those amber side markers . . . please :-)
I love the M2C and the price is just within the realm of being a bargain for all that you get..

I'll tell you want, if the M2C offers the Adaptive Suspension option next model year, which I have a sneaking suspension they will, seeing how they already popped their cherry with the M2 CS, the CS will be a lot less valuable, IMO.

Mechanically, adaptive dampers is the only thing the M2 CS has over the Competition. Everything else is basically cosmetic, if you look beyond the gift paper.

Now, I'm not downplaying the overall package the CS offers in the stock form but if you break it down to a science, it's mostly skin deep.

Sometimes it sucks being perceptive because ignorance is bliss 🤔
You really think BMW will add adaptive suspension to their last year M2C model? I mean that would be the dream!

But I don't know historically BMW has ever added a significant feature for their last model run. Sure, they have added different color schemes, but this is a big ask?

If anything, I hope they will add the Merino seats in place of the Dakota seats...
I don't see why they can offer adaptive dampers on the future M2Cs, now that they set the stage, without much overhead.

Not sure about the high-grade leather though.

The blueprint has already been constructed for the 2 Series M chassis, inspirational from the M2 CS and to a lesser degree in the M240i for electronic dampers.

They used to offer M Adaptive Suspension on the M4 a la carte for $1,000, now its standard with the Competition Package.

That's a viable option for the M2 Competition to push out a few more cars and satiate the few that felt like they got short changed by the lack of available CSs. BMW philosophy is always Greed is Good, so it's possible.

As far as the End of Models goes, in my experience, that's when BMW starts throwing in all the bells and whistles for free.

A lot of the options become standard like Alarm and Xenon headlights in the F series and special editions start popping up like the 135is and 335is, with added power and features standard.

We'll see how it goes as they now begin to phase out the F Series M2C.
I will be very interested to see that and hope you're right. If it's "only" $1K for the adaptive suspension, that would be an incredible deal.

Tbh after the initial excitement and anticipation of the CS, the pragmatic side of me is not as in love of the CS as I had originally. Especially the extra $27K, that amounts to a horsepower jump and CF bits (counting you can get $60K OTD for the M2C, fully loaded)...
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Can you photoshop it with a lower MSRP, 75k USD is a beautiful look
Here you go Poochie.

No photoshop required . . . and how does $60K sound?

Exclusivity is bullshit, and not what makes a sport car special. It sure as hell is not what sport car enthusiasts love about the M2C. The S55 makes the M2 special, and the horses were let out of the barn with the M2C.

Pulled from NatMad.

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Edit: Natmad, get rid of those amber side markers . . . please :-)
I love the M2C and the price is just within the realm of being a bargain for all that you get..

I'll tell you want, if the M2C offers the Adaptive Suspension option next model year, which I have a sneaking suspension they will, seeing how they already popped their cherry with the M2 CS, the CS will be a lot less valuable, IMO.

Mechanically, adaptive dampers is the only thing the M2 CS has over the Competition. Everything else is basically cosmetic, if you look beyond the gift paper.

Now, I'm not downplaying the overall package the CS offers in the stock form but if you break it down to a science, it's mostly skin deep.

Sometimes it sucks being perceptive because ignorance is bliss 🤔
You really think BMW will add adaptive suspension to their last year M2C model? I mean that would be the dream!

But I don't know historically BMW has ever added a significant feature for their last model run. Sure, they have added different color schemes, but this is a big ask?

If anything, I hope they will add the Merino seats in place of the Dakota seats...
I don't see why they can offer adaptive dampers on the future M2Cs, now that they set the stage, without much overhead.

Not sure about the high-grade leather though.

The blueprint has already been constructed for the 2 Series M chassis, inspirational from the M2 CS and to a lesser degree in the M240i for electronic dampers.

They used to offer M Adaptive Suspension on the M4 a la carte for $1,000, now its standard with the Competition Package.

That's a viable option for the M2 Competition to push out a few more cars and satiate the few that felt like they got short changed by the lack of available CSs. BMW philosophy is always Greed is Good, so it's possible.

As far as the End of Models goes, in my experience, that's when BMW starts throwing in all the bells and whistles for free.

A lot of the options become standard like Alarm and Xenon headlights in the F series and special editions start popping up like the 135is and 335is, with added power and features standard.

If it's "only" $1K for the adaptive suspension,.
You seem skeptical, here's an option list for the M4. I don't see why it's not possible now, of course I'm just speculating.. 🤔



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Can you photoshop it with a lower MSRP, 75k USD is a beautiful look
Here you go Poochie.

No photoshop required . . . and how does $60K sound?

Exclusivity is bullshit, and not what makes a sport car special. It sure as hell is not what sport car enthusiasts love about the M2C. The S55 makes the M2 special, and the horses were let out of the barn with the M2C.

Pulled from NatMad.

///AVM

Edit: Natmad, get rid of those amber side markers . . . please :-)
I love the M2C and the price is just within the realm of being a bargain for all that you get..

I'll tell you want, if the M2C offers the Adaptive Suspension option next model year, which I have a sneaking suspension they will, seeing how they already popped their cherry with the M2 CS, the CS will be a lot less valuable, IMO.

Mechanically, adaptive dampers is the only thing the M2 CS has over the Competition. Everything else is basically cosmetic, if you look beyond the gift paper.

Now, I'm not downplaying the overall package the CS offers in the stock form but if you break it down to a science, it's mostly skin deep.

Sometimes it sucks being perceptive because ignorance is bliss ��
You really think BMW will add adaptive suspension to their last year M2C model? I mean that would be the dream!

But I don't know historically BMW has ever added a significant feature for their last model run. Sure, they have added different color schemes, but this is a big ask?

If anything, I hope they will add the Merino seats in place of the Dakota seats...
I don't see why they can offer adaptive dampers on the future M2Cs, now that they set the stage, without much overhead.

Not sure about the high-grade leather though.

The blueprint has already been constructed for the 2 Series M chassis, inspirational from the M2 CS and to a lesser degree in the M240i for electronic dampers.

They used to offer M Adaptive Suspension on the M4 a la carte for $1,000, now its standard with the Competition Package.

That's a viable option for the M2 Competition to push out a few more cars and satiate the few that felt like they got short changed by the lack of available CSs. BMW philosophy is always Greed is Good, so it's possible.

As far as the End of Models goes, in my experience, that's when BMW starts throwing in all the bells and whistles for free.

A lot of the options become standard like Alarm and Xenon headlights in the F series and special editions start popping up like the 135is and 335is, with added power and features standard.
If it's "only" $1K for the adaptive suspension,.
You seem skeptical, here's an option list for the M4. I don't see why it's not possible now, of course I'm just speculating.. ��
Apologies, I'm not skeptical of the $1K price. I'm just saying if they charge that, I would be totally in, as a good value. Still haven't fully decided what I want to do with the CS, but pretty sure I want the M2, in whichever guise. And I'm really hoping they do add the adaptive suspension along with any other goodies to the last model year run.
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It's also going to depend on if they keep the M2 a 2 series with M4 parts. It's been mentioned before that they don't want the M2 pulling sales from the M4. Maybe the M4 starts going electric while the M2 stays gas?

I'm trying to say that I don't think it would makes sense for the sales model to offer the M4 items as options on the next M2. Adaptive suspension, interior quality upgrade, etc. I believe it would pull people from the M4 market. All speculation on my end as I know nothing about the auto industry.
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It's also going to depend on if they keep the M2 a 2 series with M4 parts. It's been mentioned before that they don't want the M2 pulling sales from the M4. Maybe the M4 starts going electric while the M2 stays gas?

I'm trying to say that I don't think it would makes sense for the sales model to offer the M4 items as options on the next M2. Adaptive suspension, interior quality upgrade, etc. I believe it would pull people from the M4 market. All speculation on my end as I know nothing about the auto industry.
I can somewhat see it happening since EOP for the F82 M4 is in June of 2020 and EOP for the M2C is June of 2021. It bridges the gap until the next gen M4 comes out.

Either way, i still want the ultimate M2 from factory. It's really the one I've been waiting for since it was first rumoured in around 2016.
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