The BMW M2 has been around for only a few years, but it's already a firm favourite with tuners the world over. This widebody model by Z-Performance, however, has to be one of the more extreme M2-based builds we’ve seen.

The widebody kit affixed to the M2 (complete with pastel pistachio wrap) is complemented by a set of 20-inch ZP.Forged 6 Super Deep Concave alloys wrapped in 265/30 ZR20 front and 325/25 VR20 rear Toyo Proxes tyres.

The kit comprises eight fibreglass panels, plus a carbon-fibre front lip, rear wing, side skirts and three-piece diffuser. A Lowtec HiLow coilover suspension setup has also been fitted to give the unique M2 added stance.

Other additions include a 300-cell HJS catalytic converter with a cat-back exhaust system by Remus. The cabin has also been refined, with the tuner adding various carbon-fibre elements from the BMW M Performance catalogue as well as an Alcantara-wrapped steering wheel. Additionally, an integrated race display has been installed.

As for as power is concerned, the turbocharged 3,0-litre straight-six seemingly remains untouched, although the aforementioned exhaust may have freed up a little extra oomph over the standard 272 kW and 465 N.m outputs.