Since the 1972 3.0 CSL, the M division has taken BMW's coupes and sedans to the next level of performance. The 2019 M2 Competition builds on the previous M2 Coupe, with subtle styling updates and bigger changes under the sheet metal. The twin-turbo inline-six from the M3 and M4 now sits in the engine bay, good for 405 horsepower and 406 lbs-ft of torque. That's good for 0-60 in 4.2 seconds with the six-speed manual and four even with the dual-clutch paddle shift. An optional Driver's package raises the top speed to 174 MPH from the base 155. Expect to see it this summer, with a premium over the base model's $54,500 starting price.