Articles about BMW M4

The pinnacle of the brand’s performance
Local BMW loyalists looking for a taste of the manufacturer's performance-oriented offerings are going to want to ready their bank accounts.SMC Asia Car Distributors, the German carmaker's official Philippine distributor, has just launched three of the company's
This 582hp Bimmer is set to lap the Nurburgring later this month
This is it-the basically finished, race-ready BMW M4 GT3. In development since late 2019-and set to run for the first time at the Nürburgring 24 Hours later this month-BMW Motorsport claims the new car is a big
It has what BMW calls a ‘panel bow’ soft top
As surely as night follows day, BMW has followed up the M4 Competition with this. This is the M4 Competition Convertible.A perfect car for this rainy, royal throne of kings, then, this sceptered isle. We'll start at the top. The
This Bimmer is for those who find the M4 too subtle
Hands up if you find the latest BMW M3 and M4 are actually a touch too subtle for you. We don't see many hands. Those sheepishly sticking their mitts up at the back, though? Let's hope you have a racing
It does the nil-to-century sprint in 3.5sec
BMW has a penchant for throwing M3 curveballs, and here's the latest-albeit less surprising-effort. This is the new four-wheel-drive BMW M3 (and M4) offering what can be sensibly described as...startling pace.Officially called the M3 Competition
Glass half-empty or half-full?
It's a big moment. The first BMW M4 was a hit. Those of us who geek out over the lineage of performance cars saw the renaming of the two-door M3 as a bit of an affront. Meanwhile, those who actually
Those lightbars make all the difference
This is BMW's 2021 fleet of safety cars for the upcoming MotoGP season, and a chance to wheel out the new kids on the block. (No, you're suddenly humming along to Hangin' Tough.)The new M3 and M4 Competition cars
It’s gonna be a big year
We've already driven the prototype of Hyundai's first junior hot hatch, and we liked it plenty. If there's any car that has a chance of challenging the sublime Ford Fiesta ST for super-shopping car medals, it's South
It’s compatible with a PC gaming setup, too
Well, we've finally reached the logical conclusion of the arms race to create ever more realistic driving-game hardware. Why put together a painstakingly detailed replica of a racing-car steering wheel for gamers when you could just build the wheel
Yay or nay?
Well, here's one way to draw attention away from the BMW M4's hit-or-miss grille design: Just plop an equally massive camper on its rear. Problem solved.Instagram user and visual artist bradbuilds has done exactly this, and the
Now we get to the contemporary models
As truly difficult gigs go, working at Top Gear isn't so much 'deciding which houses to save in a bushfire' as 'deciding which mildly caustic simile to invoke about a new car.' It's a good gig. We admit it.But
The tuner has made several different versions of the front end
Just recently, we asked whether it was possible to improve the face of the new BMW M3 and M4 simply by selecting the right spec in the newly available configurator. The answer from you lot was a resounding no, but luckily, Prior
You can focus on the other exquisite details instead
Still can't take your eyes off the new BMW M4's new grille for all the wrong reasons? Well, the coupe has just been given a new look, and it might change your mind about it. And this time, it's
The collection includes the M4, M6 GT3, and 3.0 CSL Hommage R concept
We've just received good news to start off October: Petron's toy car collection promo is back. And this time around, the Petron Ultimate Driving Collection will be featuring cars from BMW's M performance division.There are three cars to
Let’s look beyond face value
That's 290kph. And even that is still electronically limited. Unfettered, and on the right tires, it'd go faster still. That's what's possible when the horsepower figure begins with a 5.There are two settings for engine sound. They
Following the launch of the all-new M3 and M4
Tradition dictates that soon as BMW launches a new car, it releases a slew of 'M Performance Parts'-accessories to augment the look and, says BMW, feel of your shiny new motor. Usually, it's things like skirts, spoilers, and alloy wheels.
In case you want a closer look at that massive grille
BMW made a splash with the recent unveiling of the M3 and M4. As a matter of fact, the Germans gave us a treat when they chose to pull the wraps off of both performance cars simultaneously. Neat.What wasn't a
They get up to 503hp, a drift analyzer—and of course, those snouts
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