About BMW M4
The BMW M4 is a high-performance sports sedan developed by BMW M, the motorsport division of BMW, based on the 4 Series model, and it is one of the fastest production M Series cars ever built by BMW, accelerating from 0-100 km in just 4 seconds. Upgraded with the standard 4 Series, the M4 features a high horsepower and responsive twin-turbo engine with improved handling and suspension, as well as brakes, enhanced aerodynamic bodywork, and a tricolor "M" (for Motorsport) badge on the exterior/interior, while the vehicle The overall weight of the car is significantly lower than that of the standard 4 series, and there is a stiffer chassis tuning than the predecessor model, with extensive use of carbon fiber, especially in the roof.
The brand officially presented the concept about the BMW M4 on August 16, 2013. However, the concept car did not reveal any interior and technical details. On September 25, 2013, the company released the technical specifications of the BMW M4 with the M-tuned S55B30 engine. Although this is a 3.0-liter inline engine, BMW claimed that it is completely different from the N55 engine found in other 35i models, which is built specifically for the new model, with a displacement of 3.0 liters and a redline of 7,500 rpm. It is limited to 7,600 rpm and uses two single-spool turbochargers with a peak boost of 18.1 psi. Rated at 425 hp (317 kW), while torque is 550 Newton meters (406 lb/ft). The BMW M4 with the 6-speed automatic transmission weighs 1,497 kg (3,300 lb), while the version with the 7-speed dual-clutch transmission (M-DCT) will weigh about 40 kg more. Both the 6-speed automatic and the 7-speed dual-clutch are optional for the BMW M4. The latter accelerates from 0-100 km in 3.9 seconds and the 6-speed manual transmission in 4.1 seconds.
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The second generation BMW M4 is a largely based on the standard 4 Series, previewed by the BMW Concept 4. It is a high performance version of the standard 4 Series model. Prototypes of the BMW M4 have been seen tested on the Nurburgring and the first units were assembled in November 2020, and later deliveries worldwide started in early 2021. The upgrades of this BMW M4 included a 35 kW (48 PS; 47 hp) increase in power over the previous model, as well as adopting the twin-kidney grille from other vehicles. The convertible version BMW M4 was introduced in May of the same year. Our updates of the parts also keep up with latest models. The parts are designed and tested by the same team that has developed the vehicle, so you do not have to worry about buying the wrong parts.