Now that BMW has taken off the X2's digital camouflage, showing the production car off in three different specs, the only thing missing for driving enthusiasts is a full-fledged M model.
One of the versions that was presented during the X2's unveiling was the M Sport, featuring Dark Shadow design elements, 20" optional wheels and body color side skirts and wheel arch trim.
From the M Sport, you don't have to go a long way to imagine what an X2 M might look like, demonstrated here by X-Tomi Design. All he basically did was add a more aggressive bumper, an M-badge for the grille, black roof and wheels, while lowering the ride height.
BMW has yet to confirm an M-powered flagship model for the X2 range, though if it was to arrive, it would certainly give the 381-horsepower Mercedes-AMG GLA 45 something to worry about. For technical and other reasons, BMW would not use the straight-six engine from the M2 Coupe, and would most probably come up with a crazy-charged 2.0-liter four.
As for looks, well, that's for all of you to decide. You could argue that the X2 already looks pretty sporty, so fitting it with bulkier bumpers and bigger wheels sounds like a no-brainer.