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The BMW M lineup is known for its all-out performance. M-badged cars walk a fine line between daily driver and track machine. The M2 is a prime example of this recipe, but sometimes it’s not enough. According to Motor Authority, BMW has a more hardcore performance version of its smallest M car coming. Much like the recently revealed M4 GTS, the M2 will receive a host of upgrades that include carbon fiber panels, new aerodynamic pieces and a stripped out cabin. Power will also be up over the standard model which currently makes 365 horsepower and 369 pound-feet of torque. This report also indicates the brand may revive the CSL badge, an acronym that stands for Coupe Sport Lightweight. The last car to receive that moniker was the 2004 BMW M3.