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BMW M4 & M3 -


The BMW M3 and M4 will both come in two trims: Normal (but a lot of fun, you'll understand) and Competition.

Depending on the version selected, the twin-turbo inline-six sends 480 or 510 hp to the wheels.

On which wheels?

This is where it gets interesting.

The base M3 and M4 will receive a 6-speed manual transmission and their 480 hp will be sent… to the rear wheels only.

The Competition versions will automatically be marketed with the 8-speed automatic transmission, but here too, all the cavalry will go through the rear!

The four-wheel drive M xDrive transmission (but which can be switched to 2-wheel drive mode) will not be available until summer 2021.


More pistardous than ever?

New features include the M Drive Professional pack, which offers a “Track” driving mode, as well as the M Race Track Pack, which includes, in particular, new carbon seats and M carbon-ceramic brakes.

This last option costs almost… 16,000 €, but it should make the happiness of the amateurs - fortunate - of track-days.


The launch is scheduled for March 2021 but the prices of the Competition versions have already been revealed on the BMW configurator.

Count 101,999 € for the M3,104,550 € for the M4.


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