The German company renews the BMW M4 which is now more powerful, with three variants of the 3-liter straight-six engine, but also with more high-end features and technologies inside.
THE BMW M4 in the coupe – and not only – its variant needs no introduction. Possibly, not even “interventions” in its construction and technology in order to continue to star in the sports category. And yet, the German factory has again found a way to further strengthen its profile by presenting today a renewed and “strengthened” version of its iconic coupe in terms of performance and technologies.
Design-wise, the new BMW M4 Coupe has minimal changes. However, the redesigned lights they give the front a more modern look, with their interior LED headlights, which is standard, to be even more subtly structured. They also feature further developments in their functionality as well both medium and large scale are now “produced” by the same LED module, whereas two vertical units, each in the shape of an arrow, take over the function of position lights and day. as well as of flash.
Available as an optional feature adaptive LED headlights, which are recognizable by the blue inserts, while also available M Shadow Line lights with dark touches inside. In addition, adaptive headlights are now combined with updated LED taillights, which are available for all new versions of all models in the BMW M4 series. Beyond that, a special feature designed exclusively for the BMW M4 Coupe is the optional graphics M for the front hood and boot lidavailable in either High Gloss Black or High Gloss Red.
Also, the optional steel “roof” available at no extra cost (note: it's worth noting that the carbon-reinforced plastic roof is standard on all versions of the BMW M4 Coupe), which includes power sliding glass roof, offers an additional design emphasis, with its metal part now finished in High Gloss Black instead of body color.
The new BMW M4 Coupe from the inside
Domestically available now two different versions of the sport steering wheel M. The standard leather steering wheel with the familiar multi-function buttons, two M buttons, as well as the paddle shifters on the Competition versions is accompanied by a new design for the entire steering wheel that is now unique to the flattened lower part of the wreath and his redesigned arms. In addition, for the first time, one is available steering wheel M Alcantara with the same design and range of functions, while in both cases heating is optionally available.
The 6-cylinder heart of the new BMW M4
The well-known, 6-cylinder engine with M technology TwinPower Turbo of the various variants of the new BMW M4 is now available in three versions performing 480 horsepower combined with a 6-speed manual transmission in the new BMW M4 Coupe and 510 horsepower in the M4 Competition Coupe “in company” with an 8-speed M Steptronic automatic transmission with Drivelogic. Not in combination with this box and four-wheel drive system M xDrivethis particular unit is now performing 530 horses.
In this top version of the 6-cylinder engine, maximum power is now achieved at 6.250 p.a.l., with the torque of 650 Nm to now make her “appearance”. constant from 2,750 and 5,730 rpm. Beyond that, all versions of the straight-six engine continue to stand out technologically for him extremely rigid closed-deck crankcase theirhim forged crankshaft, the two mono scroll turbos which supply each of three cylinders with compressed air, the High Precision Injection gasoline injection system operating at a maximum pressure of 350 bar, the system Valvetronic and the system variable camshaft control DoubleVanos of BMW.