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2022 BMW M3 and M4 price and specs: All-paw Competition xDrive sedan, coupe and convertible added

2022 BMW M3 and M4 pricing and specification All-wheel drive variants join local range 0-100km/h times cut to 3.7 seconds or less Priced from $160,900 before on-road costs Pricing and specifications for all-wheel-drive versions of the 2022 BMW M3 and M4 have been confirmed, ahead of their local arrival in the fourth quarter of 2021 (October to December inclusive)...

BMW recalls nine 2019-20 models with brake booster fault

BMW Australia has recalled 49 examples of an array of its Model Year 2019-20 mid-size and large coupes, convertibles, sedans and SUVs over a fault with the vehicles' hydraulic brake boosters...

2021 BMW M3 and M4 Competition xDrive revealed: Hot mid-sizers gain all-wheel drive, here late 2021

UPDATE, 19 April 2021, 11:30am: BMW Australia has confirmed first deliveries of the M3 and M4 Competition xDrive will commence in the fourth quarter of 2021 (October to December inclusive). Our original story continues below...

2023 BMW M3 Touring wagon to be auto, AWD only – report

The hotly-anticipated 2023 BMW M3 Touring performance wagon looks set to be offered in a single, self-shifting configuration when it enters production late in 2022, according to new reports. According to reputable BMW insider sources cited by enthusiast website BMW Blog, the M3 Touring will enter series production in November 2022, available only in range-topping, automatic-equipped Competition xDrive guise...

2023 BMW M3 Touring wagon coming to Australia – UPDATE

UPDATE, 4 December 2020: The BMW M3 Touring has been teased by the company in a new video posted to YouTube. The short film imagines a city full of BMW M car owners and enthusiasts, who rush to see the release of the latest alloy wheel design, in what is a parody of the hype which often surrounds new sneaker launches...

2021 M3 and M4 reveal: The web reacts

BMW seems to be making a habit out of releasing controversial new model releases, with its latest reveal – the 2021 M3 sedan and M4 coupe – proving no exception. After a premature image leak confirmed the cars' contentious coffin-shaped grilles, the official reveal continued to generate plenty of discussion about the bold new look of BMW's answer to the Audi RS4 and RS5, Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio and Mercedes-AMG C63...

2021 BMW M3 and M4 Australian pricing leaks online

Update, 29 September: BMW has officially released pricing details for the upcoming M3 sedan and M4 coupe, confirming the accuracy of the initial leak. As stated in this story, the standard M3 will start at $144,900* while the standard M4 will start at $149,900*. The higher performance competition variants will be priced from $149,900* and $159,900* respectively...

2021 BMW M3 sedan and M4 Coupé photos

The new 2021 BMW M3 sedan and 2021 BMW M4 Coupé are nearly upon us, revealed this week ahead of their Australian debut next year. For the full story, catch our detailed write-up at the below link. Otherwise, please enjoy (or cringe at) our full gallery below...

2021 BMW M3, M4 show off their M Performance enhancements

The 2021 BMW M3 Sedan and M4 Coupé will be offered with an unprecedented range of M Performance Parts aesthetic and performance accessories, however not all of them will necessarily be offered in Australia. BMW unveiled its competitors to the Audi RS4/RS5, Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio, and Mercedes-AMG C63 earlier this week, powered by a retuned version of the 3...

BMW M boss confirms first electric M car won’t threaten M3, yet

BMW has commenced work on its first pure-electric car from the M performance division, but the M3 and M4 are safe for now. That’s the message from the CEO of BMW M, Markus Flasch, speaking to Australian media ahead of the reveal of the new M3 sedan and M4 coupe. The first M-fettled product from BMW’s expanding EV range will be a version of the i4, first previewed as a concept in March 2020...

2021 BMW M3 and M4 revealed, officially

Update, 29 September 2020: Following yesterday's leak, Australian pricing for the 2021 BMW M3 and BMW M4 has been officially confirmed. 'Base' and Competition M3 sedan models retail for $144,900 and $154,900 plus on-road costs respectively, while the base and Competition M4 coupe models are priced from $149,900 and $159,900 plus on-roads respectively...