The all-new BMW M3 Sedan and M4 Coupe have been confirmed to arrive in mid-September this year. That’s why BMW M is running at full capacity to perfect this pair of high-performance cars.
BMW M is currently performing driving dynamics tests in race conditions for the M3 and M4 2021. This is an important stage of BMW’s performance car development process, so the BMW M does not. only test their cars on the Nurburgring Nordschleife, but also take advantage of the 3,670 meter Sachsenring race track (the long-standing location of the Touring Car Masters (DTM), Germany).
Sachsenring possesses challenging winding roads, sharp bends, long distances and steep slopes before the Queckenberg bend, these are ideal conditions for adjusting the vertical and horizontal driving dynamics of the BMW M3. / M4.
In addition to revealing the launch time and a set of photos of two test cars with tight camouflage, BMW has also confirmed the engine specifications of the M3 2021 and M4 2021, specifically, the new M3 / M4 will be available. capacity increases 48 horsepower in the standard configuration and increases 59 horsepower in Competition, compared to the current M3 / M4.
The power of both models comes from the in-line 3.0L 6-cylinder engine sourced from the BMW X3 M and X4 M. This machine will produce two different levels of performance, the first is 473 horsepower. in the base specs, comes with a standard 6-speed manual and rear-wheel drive, which is very suitable for purely performance-driven BMW M drivers. According to BMW, the M3 / M4 2021 is the first cars in the segment to have standard floor numbers (rivals from Mercedes-AMG and Audi Sport do not).
The second option is the BMW M3 / M4 Competition 2021 with 503 horsepower and maximum torque, combined with an 8-speed M Steptronic automatic transmission featuring Drivelogic and rear-wheel drive. Later, the M3 / M4 Competition will have the option of the latest M xDrive four-wheel-drive system.
Other notable mechanical upgrades of the new BMW M3 and M4 include special M suspension setup, wheel suspension, springs, dampers and new braking technology.