With a truly spectacular paint job to set it apart.
The BMW M2 CS is arguably the best machine to come out of Bavaria in years, and even without the rarity factor, it's a car that will surely be appreciated for years to come. When it was unveiled, we were informed that it would only be available in four colors: Black Sapphire Metallic, Misano Blue Metallic, Hockenheim Silver Metallic, and Alpine White. However, if you have enough money, you can get something really special - even on a limited edition like the M2 CS. For Bimmers, special paint options come from the BMW Individual program, but the car you see below is the only M2 CS in the world to get the Individual treatment, wearing this stunning shade of Birch Green.
This color has been seen before on a Porsche and was later renamed Light Green by the company, but no matter what it's called or to what car it's applied, there's no doubt that it makes the car wearing it special to look at. In the case of this BMW M2 CS, the car was commissioned by Steffen Krebs, a BMW aficionado with a taste for the unique. He's clearly got a thing for special Bimmers in green since he formerly had a BMW 1M Coupe painted in a stunning Java Green finish. This Birch Green hue makes the CS in question truly rare, as it is "no longer produced by a single paint manufacturer in the world", and preparing this CS took around 18 months, so it's not something you can just have done on a whim.
The way that the side skirts are painted is the result of a special request by Krebs too, with gloss black accenting and a small red contour line subtly enhanced by carbon M Performance flaps. Even without the custom touches, this would have been a super rare CS, as it's the last one built for Europe, the last F87 M2 built for Europe, and the last European Bimmer with a DKG DCT gearbox. The only negative we see in such a rare vehicle is that the owner will likely rarely, if ever, use it, and that's a crying shame for a driver's tool as epic as this. No word has been let slip on how much this M2 CS cost Krebs, but it surely wasn't cheap.