Since the new BMW M3 has 'Competition' in its name, where better to get acquainted than a racetrack?
Just as we did with the 4 Series before it was unveiled, we've hit the track in BMW's new hero M4 coupe – and its M3 sedan twin – before a proper road test later this year.
Track car, family car, potential future classic. The M3 CS does everything a regular M3 does only better… Mostly.
We're on site in Europe for the launch of BMW's new M2 and M5 Competition models, and the new M3 CS rolls onto the stage... let's drive.
Not only has BMW's M division sharpened the chassis on its latest BMW M3 and BMW M4, it's also sharpened the price tag and added even more kit for its new Pure editions...
Where were you in 1987? For me, I was busy being born. But if you were old enough to remember, you more than likely would’ve been sporting the coolest mullet in town or wearing brightly coloured leg warmers while dancing to Belinda Carlisle’s Heaven is a Place on Earth. Yes, there were a lot of cringeworthy moments in the '80s, but there was also some moments to be proud of...
For me, BMW's M3 Competition is the perfect blend of looks, performance, handling and practicality, as well as being loaded with all the latest mod-cons to make life comfortable.
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?
Before you read any deeper into this BMW M3 review, let me declare some bias. I’m more of an M3 person than an M4 one. It’s not just about the four-door practicality, as most M3 generations sold in Australia have been coupes; or the fact the M3 saves you $10K over the M4; it’s also about that badge...
The iconic BMW M3 has been reborn with a new character. Matt Campbell gets to know the turbocharged super sedan in New Zealand.