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BMW M3 Sedan And M4 Coupe – Unveiling In Less Than 24 Hours

BMW M3 Sedan and M4 Coupe – Unveiling in less than 24 hours

LEAK! BMW’s performance sedan and coupe have leaked online, less than a day away from their unveiling.

The 2021 BMW M3 sedan and M4 coupe have broken cover in these leaked images showing the controversial ‘coffin grille’ nose appearing on both M3 sedan and M4 coupe variants.

Rumours are claiming that the new BMW M3 and M4 will come with a 3.0-litre twin-turbo six-cylinder engine producing an expected 353kW and 600Nm. Alongside the manual, buyers can choose an eight-speed torque-converter automatic transmission.

Keep an eye on our page for full details of the new BMW M3 sedan and M4 coupe!

BMW M3 sedan
BMW M3 sedan and BMW M4 Coupe

Permanent superior traction for even more driving pleasure: BMW M GmbH presents the M xDrive all-wheel-drive system for the new BMW M3 Competition Sedan and the new BMW M4 Competition Coupé.

More Performance

That means: more performance, more driven wheels and more inimitable M feeling. Known from M automobiles like the BMW M8 Competition. The M specific all-wheel-drive system enables the new models to accelerate faster than ever before thanks to maximum traction.

With the M xDrive for BMW M3 and M4, there’s also a choice of three power transmission modes. Two performance-orientated 4WD modes as well as one pure 2WD mode for the especially puristic driving experience.

The new models distribute the power of their 375 kW/510 hp inline-6-cylinder engines. Via the 8-speed M Steptronic transmission with Drivelogic. The M specific all-wheel-drive system then splits the power in an ideal ratio between front and rear axle.

This allows the driver to experience an intoxicating interpretation of the hallmark M performance characteristics reflected. Among other things, in even quicker acceleration.

Teaming up with the intelligent all-wheel-drive system is the Active M Differential, which also ensures fully variable distribution of drive torque. Between the rear wheels as the situation demands. This helps to transfer the drive torque to the road without any loss of power. Especially when the car is being pushed hard or has less grip on one side.

BMW M4 Coupe
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