We present to you the BMW M4 Coupe Concept!
On 15 August, surrounded by both current and historic BMW models, BMW M tonight offered a first outlook on a high-performance sports car of tomorrow – the BMW Concept M4 Coupe. The car was unveiled at the BMW opening media reception for the iconic annual Pebble Beach/Monterey automobile weekend.
“The BMW Concept M4 Coupe reflects the BMW M philosophy in ideal form: It combines motor racing genes and unrestricted everyday suitability in a highly emotional overall concept. For four generations, the BMW M3 has put motor racing on the road and the BMW Concept M4 Coupe consistently continues to pursue this fundamental idea. The new model designation “M4” refers – like all other BMW M … CONTINUED
1ADDICTS members recent set out on their Stelvio 2.0 weekend driving trip, which took them through where else – the famed Stelvio Pass.
Through renders and past spy photos, we’ve had previews of the M4 bumper styling and these latest spy photos show that our renders were spot on.
As for the now revealed mirrors, they are indeed two-pronged like the E90/E92 M3, but featuring an evolved design where the top prong ‘floats’ (doesn’t quite reach the A pillar).
Stay tuned for more info very soon… for now follow our M4 coverage.
You’ve seen plenty of photos of the i8 on the track, now watch and listen to it performing on BMW’s test track in Miramas, France.
The i8 will make its public debut at the 2013 Frankfurt IAA next month.
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The first FWD BMW will soon make its appearance in the form of the 1 Series GT and its design is now revealed in this set of patent images. Until now, the 1 Series GT has been previewed in the form of the Concept Active Tourer.
The 1 Series GT, together with the upcoming FWD BMW lineup and MINIs, will all ride on BMW’s UKL front wheel drive platform. How many FWD BMWs should we expect?
According to a report from late last year, up to 12 BMW and Mini cars were already approved for the UKL platform as of last year. These already-approved models will account for 40 percent of the group’s unit sales of cars to be underpinned by the platform, or variations of it, … CONTINUED
Developed from motor racing expertise, perfectly tailored to the model in question and designed to be combined according to individual preference – this is the BMW M Performance Parts program. BMW is now expanding the range in this product area with the addition of retrofit options for the BMW 4 Series. What is more, model-specific BMW M Performance Parts are available for the BMW M automobiles as well as for the models of the BMW 1 Series, BMW 3 Series, BMW 5 Series and BMW 6 Series. Conceived in close collaboration with BMW M GmbH, the retrofit components in the areas of drive, suspension, aerodynamics and cockpit provide a significant bonus in terms of driving dynamics as well as adding a touch of sporty flair … CONTINUED
Follow Dasano’s 5,618 Mile BMW M3 European Delivery adventure journal.
Auto Express UK shares their first drive review of the 435i M Sport, which left them with favorable impressions.
The F80 M3 and F82 M4 will make their debuts within the next few months and BMW has built up the anticipation even more by way of this official teaser. We only see portions of the car’s mirror and hood (dome), but this is undoubtedly the upcoming F80 M3 or F82 M4 being teased.
The M4 Concept will debut very soon and the production M4 and M3 will hit showrooms in late Spring – early Summer of next year.
For the latest M3/M4 info and details, see our compilation at: http://f80.bimmerpost.com/forums/sho…d.php?t=602770
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Development of the F15 X5 M continues…
Like the standard F15 X5, the next X5 M should also weigh less than the current X5 M. Expect it to be powered by the S63Tu from the M5/M6 (current X5 M uses the S63 engine), but with a power hike. We should see the X5 M hit dealers by the end of next year – early 2015.