BMW M3 and BMW M4 Inside (part 2): The new brake systems. Interview with M engineer Klaus Dullinger.
The BMW M3 and BMW M4 both feature a new type of brake system. Let us begin with the M compound brakes – what is special about them and in what ways do they differ from the M compound brakes installed in the previous model?
Klaus Dullinger: M compound brakes have a grey-cast friction ring in a floating arrangement that is connected by pins to the aluminium brake … CONTINUED
More photos of the BMW M4 Safety Car, this time with interior and undercarriage (BMW M Performance Exhaust) photos.
Finally, some more looks at the F80 M3 in Mineral White. This particular car is equipped with M Carbon Ceramic Brakes and a sunroof (no carbon fiber roof).
Remember these beautiful wallpapers featuring a white M4 driven by Bruno Spengler? Here’s a behind-the-scenes video which gives us some more glimpses at the M4 coupe in white.
The BMW M4 Safety Car is current at BMW of Austin being prepared for duty at the MotoGP of Austin Race at the Circuit of the Americas on April 11-13.
Check out some photos and videos of the M4 revving its BMW M Performance Exhaust.
The BMW M4 Coupé Safety Car equipped with the BMW M Performance titanium exhaust system.
Best look at yet a preproduction BMW M4 Coupe in Sakhir Orange!
We have added more videos of the BMW M4 Convertible.
The F83 M4 Convertible has just been announced. See announcement at: http://f80.bimmerpost.com/forums/sho…d.php?t=967009
How does it compare in looks and stats to the E93 M3 predecessor? Have a look inside.
The all-new BMW M4 Convertible arrives in US showrooms this summer to join the M4 Coupe and M3 Sedan. The 2015 BMW M4 Convertible is powered by the same BMW TwinPower Turbo 3.0-liter inline-six as its siblings. That engine produces 425 horsepower and 406 lb-ft of torque and can be mated to either a 6-speed manual or 7-speed M DCT transmission. The new BMW M4 Convertible makes its world debut at the 2014 New York International Auto Show.
The new inline-6 M engine: High-revving, turbocharged … CONTINUED
We got a hold of the operating manual of the F80 M3 and found some interesting tidbits we would like to share.
As with any other current or late M model, break-in period is 2,000 km or 1,200 miles. During that time, maximum engine speed should not exceed 5,500 RPM, maximum speed is 170 kph (105 mph).
Between 2,000 and 5,000 km (1240 and 3100 miles), engine RPM can be slowly increased but speed should not exceed 220 kph (137 mph) for a longer … CONTINUED
The 2015 M3 and 2015 M4 online configurators are finally live at BMWUSA.com!
For additional info, be sure to reference the: U.S. 2015 BMW M3 and M4 Pricing Guide