We have been waiting for the return of a true rear mid-engined BMW sports car for almost forty years.
BMW knows how to make good sports cars, we've known that for a very long time. The all new M3 and M4, presented a few hours ago, should once again confirm the expertise of the brand's engineers in terms of tuning.
But as with all sports models currently marketed by BMW M, this is only a modified version of a mainstream model. Unlike Audi (R8) or Mercedes (AMG GT), BMW still does not offer a real sports car entirely dedicated to pure performance (let's put aside the Z4 with a less extreme vocation).
An M4 supercar
While we are still waiting for the arrival of a possible hybrid supercar, Superrenderscars specialists imagine a real sports car with a central rear engine BMW with an M4 front end (and a stern of the same style). Note that this virtual illustration is based on an image of Audi R8 Spyder.