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2021 BMW M4 Coupe spied testing in Sweden

BMW new M4 coupe has been snapped completing its winter testing in Sweden, ahead of its likely release at the end of 2020. These appear to be the first pictures showing the 2021 M4 coupe moving at speed, although the M3 sedan has been snapped a number of times at the track...

2021 BMW M4 coupe spied, GT3 teased

The design of the next-generation BMW M4 has become a little clearer thanks to the first spy photos of the high-performance coupe, as well as a teaser for the new 2022 M4 GT3 race car. Although prototypes of the second-generation M4 convertible, and 4 Series coupe and convertible have been snapped a number of times already, this is our first look at the upcoming M4 coupe...

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Hardcore manuals coming for 2021 M3 and M4, M5 to remain auto only

As the sole carmaker to continue offering a manual option in the premium mid-sized high-performance segment, BMW M is bucking tradition and looking to position the 'stick shift' format as a flagship option in the now-delayed 2021 M3 and M4 range. “The manual stick shift is not an entry proposition any more,” says the boss of BMW M Division, Markus Flasch...

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2020 BMW M4 Convertible spied

The wild BMW M4 Convertible has been captured near its natural habitat, the Nürburgring. If you’re looking to see if the Concept 4’s controversial grille is there, don’t bother. The folks at BMW have heavily camouflaged the front-end of the hi-po convertible. We’ll just have to keep wondering. What is visible is the M4 (and 4 Series) convertible’s new top...

BMW M4 M Heritage Edition confirmed for Australia

BMW Australia has confirmed a limited allocation of M4 M Heritage Edition sports cars for our market, with deliveries to commence in "early 2020". Priced from $167,529 before on-road costs, the M4 M Heritage Edition offers unique colours and appointments to set it apart from the 'standard' M4 Competition on which it's based...

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BMW M4 M Heritage Edition revealed

BMW has revealed the M4 M Heritage Edition ahead of its debut at the DTM racing event on the Nurburgring on September 13. The special-edition model is limited to just 750 units globally, and will be offered in three exclusive colours when it goes on sale worldwide from November...

2020 BMW M3: Manual option confirmed

BMW has hinted at the existence of a manual 2020 M3, but the company has stopped short of all-out confirming it. Until now. Speaking with BMW Blog, the head of BMW M made it clear the new M3 and M4 will be available with three pedals – although exactly which variants will be offered with a stick remains to be seen...

2020 BMW M4 Convertible spied

Photographers have snapped the new BMW M4 Convertible this week, giving us a first look at the next generation of the marque’s hot ragtop. While the design changes are a little difficult to see thanks to the heavy camouflage and pre-production panels, one of the biggest differences between this car and the model currently on sale is indeed the soft top, with BMW electing to employ a folding fabric roof compared to the metal unit used on today’s 4 Series...