Here’s part 3 of BMW’s inside the BMW M3 and M4 interview series. This one interviews BMW M engineer Juergen Poggel, Head of Development M Engines.
So a new engine has been developed for the BMW M3 and BMW M4?
Jürgen Poggel: Yes. The previous engine was a naturally aspirated V8. For the new BMW M3 and BMW M4, we in the M engine development department in Munich’ Preussenstrasse have designed an M TwinPower Turbo inline six-cylinder design and readied it for series production.
What is … CONTINUED
We’ll have a chance to sit down with the M3/M4 Project Manager at the 2014 New York Auto Show next week, so if you still have any questions on the M3/M4, please let us know here and we’ll try to get answers.
The F80 M3 and F82 M4 are making their appearance at the 2014 Vancouver International Autoshow.
The two cars on the floor are a Yas Marina Blue M4 and an Austin Yellow M3.
The BMW M4 MotoGP Safety Car made its debut this past weekend at the Qatar Grand Prix in Doha.
Check out some photos from its public reveal at the race.
M3 and M4 photos from a UK dealer launch event at Park Lane BMW in London.
Deep dive info and an interview with the BMW M engineer responsible for developing the F80 M3 and F82 M4′s new M servotronic EPS steering system.
Until now, the power steering employed in M automobiles was hydraulic servo-assisted, but both the new BMW M3 Sedan and the new BMW M4 Coupé are set to be the first M automobiles to be fitted with an electrical servo-assisted steering system. What are the reasons behind this development?
Benedikt Nussstein: The new M Servotronic with Electro Power Steering (EPS) … CONTINUED
A Yas Marina Blue F80 M3 has been spotted at a BMW training event in Irvine, Orange County.
Check out the pics and video from our members.
Video from the unveiling of the MotoGP M4 Safety Car, giving us the first listen at the M4 M Performance Exhaust System.
Great set of animated images which compare the looks of the BMW M3 and M4 against their 3 and 4 series M Sport counterparts.
More details have been released on the BMW M4 MotoGP Safety Car, which will see its first action service during the MotoGP season start at Qatar on March 23.
The full list of M Performance Parts on the M4 safety car includes:
Titanium exhaust system with carbon finishers
Black front grille
Front splitter with blade
Carbon rear spoiler
Carbon mirror … CONTINUED