We’ve updated our official F80 M3 / F82 M4 thread with track clips of both the sedan and coupe.
Check out how they handle!
We bring you the official reveal of the all new 2015 BMW M3 (F80) and M4 (F82)! Please see inside for our Official Thread, containing everything you need to know on the two cars.
Availability / Production
Comes to U.S. as 2015 Model Year
Sales begin early Summer 2014
Complete US-specific specs, pricing, options, and packages will be announced closer to the on-sale date
M3 produced in Regensburg plant … CONTINUED
Top Gear UK has revealed UK pricing for the F80 M3 and F82 M4, as well as some more interesting tidbits, including a Smokey Burnout control feature and illuminated M logos in the back of the front seats.
The 2015 F80 M3 and F82 M4 have leaked online. Here is the first video of the two in action in a video courtesy of Autobild.
The production F82 M4 Coupe is set to be shown this Thursday, after which we’ll begin to see its (and the F80 M3′s) marketing campaign gain momentum. As with recent new M models, one of the ways we should see the M3 or M4 (or both) get some publicity is in the role of a Safety Car for MotoGP, with which BMW M is a partner. BMW M is currently in its 15th season as the “Official Car of MotoGP” and provides the official … CONTINUED
BMW releases the first official teaser for the 2015 BMW M3 F80 sedan and M4 F82 Coupe.
Although we only see the cars’ silhouettes, the lighting used to highlight the car’s shapes are blue and yellow, indicating that the marketing launch cars will be in Yas Marina Blue for the F80 M3 and Austin Yellow for the F82 M4.
Look for the reveal this Thursday, December 12!
BIMMERPOST member Kyle Shim recently spotted an M4 Coupe prototype and set off a foot chase while trying to capture video for us. Very entertaining watch, not only because of the great sounds coming from the M4, but because of the intense chase!
The 2015 Mustang has just been revealed and Ford has revealed that it was benchmarked against the E90/E92 M3 during development. Together with its new independent rear suspension, will the Mustang give the upcoming M4 coupe a run for its money? Or, does it already lag behind the upcoming M3 and M4 by virtue of having been benchmarked against a now discontinued model?
We’ve just spied some latest M4 and M3 prototypes. The M4 Coupe is seen in Sakhir Orange while the M3 is painted in Alpine White. Both cars feature the optional M Carbon Ceramic Brakes.
The gauges can be seen in the M4 coupe and they look to be the same as the ones we previously showed you (see photos reposted below), with a redline starting around 7500 RPM (rev limiter to kick in a bit after that).
Both cars will have their world premieres at the … CONTINUED
A preview look at the BMW M4 F82 Coupe in Yas Marina Blue, a new standard color for the upcoming F80 M3 and F82 M4.
Present at Ronda and Ascari Race Resort for the launch of Gran Turismo 6 was a camouflaged version of the yet-to-be-launched BMW M4 Coupé. The stunning new car – shown publicly only as a concept until now – will go on sale in 2014. Thanks to an innovative collaboration with BMW “M” GmbH, Polyphony Digital enjoyed unprecedented early access to the car during its development phase in order to meticulously recreate the M4 Coupé for Gran Turismo 6. It will be made available through … CONTINUED
In a recent interview (read at http://f80.bimmerpost.com/forums/sho…d.php?t=915648) with the M division chief engineer, Albert Biermann, the article lists various performance characteristics of the car.
The speed and fuel consumption numbers are metric based in the article and when they are converted to the English system they come out 26 MPG and a 0-60 time of 4.3 seconds.
While the term (est) is thrown in next to them, the fact the numbers come from the head man means to me they are reasonably accurate.