This is the closest look you’ll get at the all-new BMW M3 and M4. They’re both very quick, very good looking and loaded with tech. We also got the opportunity to start them up and rev the new engine…
The 2015 BMW M3 (F80) and M4 (F82) will finally make their world debuts at the 2014 Detroit NAIAS next week.
We’ll be there to bring you the exciting reveals beginning Monday, the 13th, so be sure to tune in!
We’ll also have opportunities to speak with BMW M representatives regarding the M3 and M4 models, as well as any M related topics. As always, we’re happy to take requests for questions/topics from the BIMMERPOST community, so we encourage you to submit your M3, M4 and … CONTINUED
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
It’s been weeks since the last F80 M3 sightings, but we’ve now spotted the 2014 M3 prototype undergoing winter/cold climate testing and it looks like the testing has advanced to another stage.
M Carbon Ceramic Brakes
For the first time, we see the F80 M3 in a color other than black (Alpine White), which sometimes signals a more advanced stage of testing. Beyond that however, this is the first F80 prototype to sport BMW M Carbon Ceramic Brakes. One can tell that they are ceramic brakes by … CONTINUED