The Competition Pack throws a bunch of upgrades at the M4 Coupe – but is it what the M4 should have been from the start?Read the full review
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It's been a long time coming, but there's a new BMW M4 that sits above the M4 Competition and its called the M4 CS. It's quicker, yes, but not by much.
Life Cycle Impulse. Any idea what that means? It's BMW speak for mid-life update, and the mean M4 Competition has just been LCI'd. Paul Maric jumps behind the wheel for a fang.
The 2017 BMW M4 CS is the inbetweener enthusiasts have been waiting for - a cool look, more power and less weight. The biggest issue will be getting your hands on one.
Limited to just 700 units worldwide, and just 25 in Australia - is the $300k M4 everything it needs to be?
The Competition Pack throws a bunch of upgrades at the M4 Coupe – but is it what the M4 should have been from the start?
The new Competition updates promise to flex more M3 and M4 muscles. So are the new boys on the block a revelation or just mild evolution?
Recently CarAdvice ran a competition for 20 lucky people to win a drive in the new BMW M2 at one of the world's best racetracks - Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit. Or, as it's more simply and somewhat affectionately known, Phillip Island. Our 20 lucky winners (listed below) spent the entire BMW M Performance Drive Day behind the wheel of the BMW M2 and BMW M4 on track, and the BMW M235i on the skidpan...
Though I've been to Sydney Motorsport Park quite a few times, I'd never driven on the track until I took part in the BMW Intensive Driving Experience. Heading out to the former Eastern Creek racetrack, the sun was shining and I was excited to be able to finally get my chance to see what it's all about – and in BMWs no less...
The plan was to visit the Moonlight Cinema in Melbourne's scenic Botanical Gardens with the other half. It was only fitting that we went in style, dropping the roof of the BMW M4 Convertible on a warm Melbourne night — you tend to savour these rare events in Melbourne.
BMW M Division is the master of toying with magic these days. Here is the brand new BMW M4 we’ve been driving for less than an hour, at 100km/h on Melbourne’s Monash freeway while the official launch is still happening in New Zealand, and the trip computer is reading 6.8 litres per 100 kilometres...
The 2014 BMW M4 has raised the bar by outdoing its predecessor in almost every way, but is it good enough to dethrone its German rival?