Very soon, we will discover the new BMW M3 and M4 in great detail. But before seeing them, we can already catch a glimpse of them, in any case the M4. BMW being a partner of the MotoGP championship (of which the M8 is the official pace car), the coupe has indeed taken the pose on the Spielberg circuit between the motorcycle Grand Prix of Austria and Styria. Not only in its road version, but also in an impressive GT3 version.
Before making any judgment whatsoever, remember that behind this grille will breathe a 3-liter twin-turbo inline six with 480 hp, or even 510 in the Competition version. Is it good, is it getting better?
As promised, the M4 will continue to offer a manual transmission on the standard trim in addition to an eight-speed automatic (required on the M4 Competition). Both variants will eventually be available in rear-wheel drive or all-wheel drive, and the boss of BMW M insists that the production M3 and M4 were developed in parallel with the racing M4 GT3. That right.
The coupe and sedan will both be officially presented in late September, this time without war paints to drown out the grille. But the most eagerly awaited is the first M3 Touring in history, which should land in 2021.
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