2020 BMW M2

2020 BMW M2

2020 Lexus LC 500 Coupe

2020 Lexus LC 500 Coupe

2020 BMW M2 vs. 2020 Lexus LC 500 Coupe


A sports car constructed based after the phenomenal legend in the 80s, the E30 M3. After thirty years, BMW has made the wild yet safe concept possible, and even better. With its slightly planted structure that gives its mild aggressive look, the BMW M2 will melt the heart of car buyers in St. James as they yearn to own the king of all cars. It is made for fast road driving, smooth maneuvers around sharp corners, and massively strong engine.

When it comes to the 2020 Lexus LC 500 Coupe, the exterior design is the striking feature compared to other functions, and expect that its performance on the road fades in comparison to that of the BMW M2.

Design & Style

The BMW M2 sells as a four-seater, but car buyers who own a M2 get it for its front seats, the rear seats are just a bonus. Though not recommended for a family car, BMW went the extra mile to ensure the front cabin to be luxurious and comfortable for both the driver and passenger. The rear seats can comfortably be occupied by adolescents and children. Fortunately, its front and rear head room are spacious with 40 and 36.5 inches respectively, giving the front rear passengers comfortable head space that does not compromise on its speed.

The LC 500, on the other hand, cannot fit anyone bigger than a toddler in the rear seats though it sells as a four-seater too. It is also much more cramped, with the front head room only 37 inches and rear head room 32 inches.

Technology & Safety

With its impressive performance and speed, the BMW M2 has to be extremely safe. And it is packed with safety features. The German automotive has taken new drivers into consideration and increased the safety of the sports car. Firstly, the airbag system is more extensive than any. Drivers and passengers get dual-threshold, dual-stage deployment systems equipped with airbags for the front, knee-mounted and the seat. For day-to-day driving, the BMW M2 also has avoidance and detection for pedestrians on the roads, a special collision warning mode for busy traffic, as well as a latch system to ensure the safety of young passengers, ensuring they remain seated at all times. Its emergency assistance and in-built collision notification system will immediately notify the right parties when you are in an accident. It also has lane assistance and driver alert.

In the case of the Lexus LC 500, it promises basic and important safety features such as blind-sport monitoring, rear-cross traffic alerts, dual-front airbags and knee airbags, seatbelts pretensioners as well as adaptive high beams and forward collision warning with emergency breaks. However, it still lacks in comparison to the BMW M2 with its customized safety support system.


The BMW M2 has 405 horsepower and 406 lb-ft of torque at 2350 rpm, and its acceleration is consistent and strong that the Lexus LC 500 lacks. The quick-shifting DCT of the BMW M2 speeds up sixty times of its acceleration from previous series with its 3.0 liter twin turbo engine.

The Bottom Line

The Lexus LC 500 has impressive features that many car buyers will love, such as its detailed and sophisticated interior designs, its 5.0 liter v8 gas engine, 10-speed automatic, but the BMW M2 trumps it in the safety design, car and trunk space, and most importantly, speed and control the driver has over the car.

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At Competition BMW of Smithtown, we give you a chance to experience the pure thrill of driving a 2020 BMW M2 for yourself. Come and visit us today or give us a call at (888) 734-3331 to schedule a test drive. Our dealership staff is always on standby to assist you, and we look forward to serve you in the best way possible.


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