BMW M4 and i8 Hit the Drag Strip

Top Gear recently pinned the BMW M4 and the BMW i8 against each other to decide which Bavarian coupe is better, a real-wheel-drive muscle car or their future-thinking, all-wheel-drive, electric-powered beauty. Though this isn't the first time the two have...

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BMW M4 Concept Iconic Lights

Automakers are having a strong showing at this year's CES. BMW showed off their new ConnectedDrive store, have the i8 on display at the show but also unveiled the M4 Concept Iconic Lights. If you were wondering what the future...

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2015 BMW M4 Convertible

Introducing the 2015 BMW M4 Convertible, The drop-top to accompany the Geman automaker's 4-series M model. You're getting everything we're loving about the M4 but with that retractable hard top we saw on the outgoing M3 Coupe (E93) model. Like...

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BMW M4 DTM for 2014 Season

BMW Motorsport has unveiled the 2014-spec BMW M4 DTM. Tests are underway to optimize detailed aspects of the total package and understanding how to exhaust the full potential of the car. The new car will make public appearances out on...

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This is the First BMW M4 Coupe Built for Sale

Production of the new BMW M4 Coupe has begun and the German automaker's M division captured this image of the first one built for sale. DTM race driver Martin Tomczyk (right) and Hermann Bohrer, Managing Director of the BMW plant...

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2015 BMW M3 and M4

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Though we’re expecting the 2015 BMW M3 and M4’s to get officially unveiled at next month’s Detroit Auto Show (NAIAS), the German automaker couldn’t wait any longer and have dropped some official shots of the sedan as well as the coupe. The latest M vehicles based on their F80 / F82 brethren. Expect a beefed up but with all the high-performance parts we’ve come to expect from BMW’s M Division. Some of the visual enhancements include a more aggressive hood, M3/4-branded strakes on each front fender, split-five-spoke 19-inch wheels, and carbon-ceramic brakes. Both beauties come with a twin-turbocharged six-cylinder engine that dishes out 425 horsepower and 406 lb/ft torque. Both are mated to either a six-speed manual or BMW’s Dual-Clutch Transmission (DCT), clocking a 3.9-second 0-60 mph time. The interior’s fitted with a new, slimmer steering wheel when compared to its predecessor as well as optional carbon fiber trim, side and top-view cameras, and LED lighting.