Modern day dogfight: M Division goes head-to-head

CarWow bought together four of the best M Division cars you can buy, starting with an M2 fitted with a manual gearbox. They pitched it against an all new M4, the M5 30 Jahre Editiion and topped it off with an M6 Competition Package.

The M5 and M6 set the bar high on paper with their 600bhp 4.4 litre V8 twin turbo engines followed by the M4 with its 450bhp 3.0 litre straight six twin turbo. Bringing up the rear is the M2 with its 370bhp 3.0 litre single turbo straight six unit.

With that in mind, you may already have a idea of who’s going to come out on top, but you’ll need to watch the video to see the hidden surprises this race had in store…