The much anticipated BMW M4 Coupe has finally been launched along with BMW M3 Sedan. Both the models have undergone significant developments in the new M series.
Let us see what M4 has got for its consumers:
M4 Coupe has the new inspiring race track capability and provides a basis for the M model series, giving a new explanation for high performance sports car. It is invested with the turbo charged six-cylinder engine. This turbocharged technology lets the ride to deliver on-track experience on the roads. The maximum output produced by this engine is said to be 431 horsepower and a peak torque of 550 Newton meters (406 lb-ft). The standard M4 includes a six-speed manual transmission with robust double plate clutch.
The fuel consumption facts of this vehicle are quite astonishing. Even with a turbocharged technology, this car is claimed to have a reduced fuel ingestion by 25 percent. Still, the car will be able to cover the sprint from 0 to 100km/h in just 4.1 seconds.
The use of advance carbon fibre reinforced plastic (CFRP) technology not only blesses the vehicle with added strength but also cuts down its weight with around 80 kilograms. Apart from that, aluminum built components used internally are stronger/durable and lightweight at the same time.
After testing the thousands of prototype designs, BMW M4 Coupe has inducted numerous aerodynamic measures into all areas of the body. Moreover, the temperature management features allow the engine to deliver its maximum and stay trouble-free.
The all-new BMW M4 Coupé is available in Austin Yellow Metallic having 19” M Light Alloy Wheels, Double-Spoke Style 437 M, Jet Black, Forged and Polished, and M Carbon Ceramic Brake.
The all-new BMW M3 Sedan/Saloon is available in Yas Marina Blue Metallic having 19” M Light Alloy Wheels, Double-Spoke Style 437 M, Ferric Grey, Forged and Polished, and M Carbon Ceramic Brake.