When BMW unleashed the all-new M2 a couple of days ago, it marked the last M car to be powered solely by an internal combustion engine (ICE). That’s because from here on out, all future BMW M cars will have electric assist (i.e. a hybrid). To put it bluntly, the M2 will be the last of its kind.

But while the M2 will serve as the swan song to delivering “sheer driving pleasure”, that doesn’t mean BMW will no longer build M Performance Parts. In fact, Bavarian’s in-house tuning division has just revealed the M2 wearing the aforementioned parts, and it looks mean as heck.

All-new BMW M2 gets mean makeover with M Performance Parts image

Unlike the rest of the lineup, the M2 with the M Performance Parts is not exactly subtle. With an extended front splitter, massive side air intakes, a massive rear wing, and a center-mounted exhaust borrowed from the M3/M4, the M2 seen here is not playing around.

Other exterior add-ons available from the M Performance Parts catalog for the M2 include ‘M Performance’ lettering on the side profile, carbon fiber side mirror caps, bigger 20-inch front and 21-inch wheels at the rear, winglets on the side skirts, as well as black accents on the wheel arches and rear bumper.

All-new BMW M2 gets mean makeover with M Performance Parts image

Inside the dressed-up M2, the changes are far more subtle compared to the exterior. There’s a new carbon fiber trim present on the steering wheel’s spokes, center console, and dashboard. Last but not least are the optional sport bucket seats that replace the regular seats found in the standard M2.

All-new BMW M2 gets mean makeover with M Performance Parts image

Pricing for the optional upgrades is not yet available. However, you can expect them to fetch a hefty price given the M2’s more aggressive look and stance. Would you dress up your M2 like this if you had the chance? Let us know in the comments.