How far can the 2022 BMW M240i go with 430 HP by dAHLer

The other models have been more prominent than the M240i. However, the flagship is yet to unveil for a few months and it will be even longer before it is available to buy. dAHLer, a German tuner, has an option for people who want a more powerful M Performance version.

Competition Line is the brand name for a comprehensive aftermarket solution. First, an M2-style exhaust system is installed. The ceramic-coated tailpipes with a diameter of 100 mm are located on both sides of the bumper in the corners. This exhaust system was specially developed for European cars with a petrol particle philtre, according to the retrofit expert (GPF). If you want to vary the sound of your car while driving, dAHLer can install a custom Eventuri intake and adjustable exhaust valves. Stage 1 boosts the B58’s power to 430 hp and 450 lb-ft (610 lb-ft) of torque. Once Stage 2 is installed, the 3.0-litre turbocharged inline-six engine will be even more powerful, producing 455 hp and 640 Nm of torque (472 lb-ft).

dAHLer has adapted the digital speedometer to increase power. It now reads 205 mph (330 km/h). Although the new M2 has as much power as the Stage 2 package for the M240i, it will not be able to reach 330 mph. Compare this to BMW’s 444 hp M2CS, which can reach just 280 km/h.

The firmer springs from dAHLer, apart from an ambitious speedomete, made the M Performance 2 Series Coupe lowered. To match the 20-inch forged wheels, the tuner offers an optional coilover suspension for an additional charge. The rims are lighter and have Michelin Pilot Sport 4 S tyres as standard. As a final touch, dAHLer is preparing a spoiler lip for the sporty coupe as a final touch. There are plans for further cosmetic and mechanical improvements.

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