The new BMW M3 Sedan and new BMW M4 Coupe

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BMW M4 Coupe – Extensive Information about the all new BMW M3 and BMW M4

  1. The new BMW M3 Sedan and new BMW M4 Coupe: Innovative engine  technology and a focus on lightweight design.
  2. The balance of the overall concept: A blend of elements working in perfect harmony delivers outstanding performance, precision and agility.
  3. line engine: revving, turbocharged engine  combines the best of both worlds.
  4. Lightweight design across the board: Shedding weight in all the right places.
  5. Development input from professional racing drivers: BMW works driver Bruno Spengler on the technical highlights
  6. Design: Striking use of forms underlines standout performance capability.
  7. Equipment: Extensive standard equipment joined by a host of options  that enhance dynamics and comfort.
  8. Production: Return to the birthplace  of the BMW M3.
  9. Hall of fame: The evolution of an automotive legend over three  decades.
  10. 10. Technical specifications.
  11. Output and torque diagram
  12. Exterior and interior dimensions.

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The new BMW M3 Sedan and new BMW M4 Coupe: Innovative engine  technology and a focus on lightweight design.

The launch of the new BMW M3 Sedan and new BMW M4 Coupe sees BMW M GmbH revealing a new interpretation of the high-performance sports car – and carrying the BMW M philosophy over into the fifth generation of the M3. More than 40,000 examples of the fourth-generation BMW M3 Coupe were built, and now the BMW M4 Coupe is poised to continue this success story. The “M4” badge is a reference to the model series that provides  the basis for the new M model – and, for the first time, the Coupe will be introduced at the same time as the four-door  variant. Logic dictates the latter will be christened the BMW M3 Sedan.

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“Four generations of the BMW M3 have blended motor sport genes and uncompromised everyday usability within an emotionally rich overall concept,” explains Dr Friedrich Nitschke, President BMW M GmbH. “The BMW M3 Sedan and BMW M4 Coupe represent an ongoing  commitment to this philosophy. The engine  is the heart of every M model, and the new turbocharged six- cylinder unit fitted in the two new cars combines the virtues of a high-revving naturally aspirated unit with the strengths of turbocharger technology.

A committed lightweight design concept produces a weight saving of around ”

The high-revving six-cylinder in-line engine  with M TwinPower  Turbo technology newly developed for the new BMW M3 Sedan and new BMW M4 Coupe produces a maximum output  of 431  hp. Its peak torque  of 550 Newton metres (406 lb-ft) is available across a wide rev band and outstrips the figure recorded by the outgoing BMW M3 by roughly 40 per cent. And yet the engine  also achieves a reduction in fuel consumption and emissions of around 25 per cent. Both the BMW M3 Sedan and BMW M4 Coupe cover the sprint from 0 to 100  km/h / 62 mph in 4.1 seconds (with the optional seven-speed M Double Clutch Transmission).

In the interests of maximising dynamic ability and ensuring excellent efficiency, weight savings of around  80 kilograms have been achieved over a comparably equipped predecessor model. The BMW M4 Coupe,  for example, has a DIN kerb weight of 1,497 kilograms, thanks  to the rigorous application of intelligent lightweight design measures. These include the increased use  of lightweight materials such  as carbon-fibre-reinforced plastic (CFRP) and aluminium for a number of chassis and body components. Indeed, both models feature  a carbon  roof.

One of the primary objectives in the development of the BMW M3 Sedan and BMW M4 Coupe was to ensure the new cars offered impressive race track capability. Hence the presence of a track-specification cooling system, which ensures that the optimum temperature balance for the engine,  turbochargers and transmission is maintained at all times.

In order to accentuate the racing character of the two models in terms  of both their technical composition and the fine-tuning of the cars, the engineers worked closely with BMW Motorsport’s professional racing drivers during the development phase. For example, DTM drivers Bruno Spengler and Timo Glock took part in the extensive testing and set-up work carried out at the Nürburgring-Nordschleife circuit.