BMW M240i Demonstrates Superiority of B58 Engine Over M2 Model

Boost Your M240i’s Performance with These Simple Steps

Prominent BMW modifier G-Power has unveiled enhancement options for the M240i, delivering a substantial increase in power with 520 horsepower and 516 lb-ft of torque for the B58 straight-six engine of the 2 Series. In comparison, the S58 engine currently powering the M2 produces 67 less horsepower. Surprisingly, even the newest M4 falls short in terms of power. However, this is due to the thinner connecting rods of the S58 engine in these M models, resulting in faster throttle response but a lower capacity for safe boost levels.

The M240i typically yields an impressive 382 horsepower and 369 lb-ft of torque. To achieve significant enhancements in performance, the athletic two-door car takes advantage of a G-Power turbocharger, downpipe, exhaust, and charge-air cooler.

G-Power presents an assortment of options for this package with varying levels of power. For those who find 520 hp to be overwhelming, there are also alternatives such as 420 hp, 450 hp, and 480 hp states of tune. Indeed, G-Power has made these enhancements easily obtainable. In the event that you are financially unable to acquire the entire package, individual mechanical upgrades, including the turbocharger, can be purchased separately.

Surprisingly, the modifications to the exterior have been kept at a minimum by this particular aftermarket tuner. The 19-inch G-Power Hurricane RS wheels seem to take inspiration from the F87 M2 Competition’s design, and there are signs of a lowered suspension. The forged alloys are wrapped in 245/35 and 255/35 front and rear tires.

G-Power has yet to disclose any interior photos apart from the digital gauges and steering wheel, although customized floor mats featuring the tuner’s logo can be purchased.

When it comes to the cost, pause and take a moment to prepare yourself. The GP-520 software upgrade is priced at €3,494.99 on its own, but in order to purchase it, you must first pay for several other components: the unlocked ECU for €1,190, the GP-550 turbocharger for €3,332, the sports downpipe for €2,495, the GP-Deeptone exhaust system for €4,165, and the charge-air-watercooler for €1,309. Altogether, you are looking at a total of €15,985.99, which is equivalent to just under $17,290 in current exchange rates.

As a victim of the OEM plastic charge pipes, I am astounded that G-Power does not include the aluminum upgrades in their package and instead sells them separately. Personally, I would gladly pay an additional €595/$644 for the assurance it provides.

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