On the eve of the launch of the BMW M4 GTS, the Bavarians brought some of their older cars out to play too. This has me wondering which one had the best interior—who wore it best, as they say in the world of high fashion.
I’ll level with you straight off; if you’re looking for a clip of everyone’s favorite sports coupe in an honest hot lap, go ahead and scroll on. This is not that. This BMW M4 video is a lot wackier and I dare say, way more fun to watch.
The new BMW M4 GTS is almost hilariously expensive, nearly $100,000 more expensive than a base BMW M4. Part of the justification for the price comes down to a trick water injection system that blows from the car’s butt up its nose.
Here’s a weird tidbit about the new BMW M2: even though it’s a size smaller than its M4 big brother, the M2 is hardly any lighter.
BMW is adding a Competition Package this year to the options list on the 2016 M3 sedan, M4 coupe and even the convertible. Don’t get too hung up on the word “Competition,” but it actually looks like a nice appearance package with a bonus 19 horsepower.
BMW likes to haul out the vintage CSL-inspired racing livery every now and then for their newer cars. I, for one, am not inclined to tell them to stop doing this.
Oh hey, remember when BMW released the track-ready, water-injected M4 GTS Concept? Wow, what a neat concept that was. Just a concept, though, of course. SYKE! They’re actually building it, and just calling it the BMW M4 GTS. We never ever never ever ever saw this coming. Amazing, BMW.
The BMW M4 is a perfectly lovely machine. In stock form, its 3.0-liter, six-cylinder, twin-turboed engine makes 425 horsepower and 406 foot-pounds of torque. With a base MSRP of $62,400, that’s a ton of speed wrapped in a beautiful package – far more car than the price tag would suggest.
The BMW M4 is certainly capable on the track. It certainly performs at the track. But it’s not entirely built specifically for the track. The BMW Concept M4 GTS, as BMW calls it, or the BMW M4 GTS Concept, as those who prefer a more grammatically correct nomenclature refer to it, is supposed to be that no-speed-limit…
It’s about 1,137 miles from Seattle to Los Angeles if you drive the most expedient route, the inland U.S. Interstate 5. Go ahead and do it that way — if you hate fun, yourself, America, and the idea of discovering some of the best driving roads on this continent.
“No manual, no care.” That’s a refrain among so many car enthusiasts. But there are times when that is just a cliched statement that has no basis in reality. Sometimes, a manual transmission makes a car worse.
Jason Connor got his hands on a BMW M4, and he decided to see just how capable this two-door is.
The upcoming BMW M2 is gaining popularity quickly and is soon to become a fan favorite. Many believe it will be the spiritual successor to the 1 Series M, whose legacy is forever embedded into the automotive hall of fame. Needless to say, with expectations that high, people are excited about it.
You start destroying the rear pair of Michelin Pilot Super Sports earlier. Yep, that’s pretty much what happens.
This is the perfect M4. Why? Because it has carbon brakes, a manual transmission, cloth seats, and that’s it. What do you want to know about it?
BMW says that all-wheel-drive M cars are coming soon. That may be totally unnecessary, because this rear-drive M4 seems to put the power down just fine in a snow-pulling match against at four-wheel-drive Tacoma.
Here is one of the most unusual drag races. In a 1/4 mile drag race video, a rare light-weight Lamborghini Gallardo STS (Super Trofeo Stradale) takes on the 2015 BMW M4.
It's finally happened. Some enterprising BMW owner has swapped the faux engine noise pumped through the car's stereo and made their M135i sounds like an M4.