The BMW M4 Competition packs more performance and better handling and it will definitely turn more heads as a result of a slew of upgrades.
As Top Gear rightly puts it: “Basically, the regular M4 (425 bhp, 4.3s to 100 km/h) upgrades to an M4 Competition (444 bhp, 4.2s to 100 km/h) as standard. The Competition isn’t just a touch more speed, though. There’s also adaptive suspension, more fun-loving stability control system, sports exhaust and 20-inch wheels far fancier than a stock M4’s.”
The car you see here had slew upgrades using our Special Indent Service. It’s painted in Moonstone Metallic and sports a Black Merino Leather interior.
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Eight cylinders, four doors, two turbos, and all the comfort to bring you from 0-100 km/h in under 3 seconds. Join Ben and Dave this weekend as they take you to experience the bahn-storming BMW M5. Let’s VROOM!
Few high-performance saloons have a pedigree as the illustrious as the BMW M3. The fifth-generation M3’s platform structure is made of steel and the bonnet and front quarter panels from aluminium. From the front doors back, the body is steel with the exception of the carbon fibre roof. Carbon fibre is also used to make the engine brace. Truly nothing comes close to it.
The performance of the illustrious BMW M3 is eye-watering, to say the least. With the 7-speed M-DCT gearbox, the saloon accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in 4.1 seconds. While 0 to 200 km/h takes 22.2 seconds. Derestricted, the top speed is 280 km/h. The 3-litre, 6-cylinder turbocharged engine generates 431 PS and 550 Nm.
Our Austin Yellow Metallic car comes with the Competition Package for this illustrious BMW M3.
Enhancements include 20-inch black 666 M Star-spoke forged alloy wheels. With Michelin Pilot Super Sport tyres and Adaptive M Sport suspension. And re-tuned electronic differential and Dynamic Stability Control (DSC). And M Sport exhaust with black chrome tailpipes makes the illustrious BMW M3
On the outside, the high gloss Shadow Line exterior trim and gloss black trim. All these added to the kidney grille, side gills, and model badge on the trunk. Further, these differentiate the car from the standard BMW M3. While the interior has been sweetened with the addition of new lightweight sport seats and M-striped woven seat belts.
Other noteworthy features found on the illustrious BMW M3 are the Advanced Parking package (with Reversing Assist camera and Park Assist). And Active Security package (with Driving Assistant, lane change warning system, and Dynamic Safety). Also, BMW M Head-up Display and Harman/Kardon surround-sound loudspeaker system.
Head on down to the showroom to view and experience this super saloon, the BMW M3 real soon at VINCAR!
The latest BMW M5 also happens to be the sixth generation of this iconic high-performance saloon. Know more about this drive!
Interestingly, the new M5 was presented on 21 August 2017 during the 2017 Gamescom, to promote the upcoming Need for Speed Payback video game. This was then followed by a public reveal at the Frankfurt Motor Show (IAA) in September 2017.
Codenamed F90 M5, it’s based on the BMW 5 Series (G30). In contrast to the previous generations, the it’s available for the first time with all-wheel drive. However, BMW relied on a rear-biased design which was created exclusively for driving dynamics with a true rear wheel drive mode included in the all-wheel drive system.
The prodigious engine is an evolution of the S63 from the previous generation. With 441 kW (600 PS) on tap, the F90 M5 has the same power as the limited edition “Competition Package” and “30 Jahre M5” variants of the previous generation while torque has been raised to 750 Nm – 70 Nm more than the previous M5.
The car is equipped with an 8-speed automatic gearbox as opposed to its predecessor’s 7-speed dual-clutch transmission (DCT). This made it the first M5 to have an automatic transmission only.
As expected, the new M5’s acceleration is explosive. Zero to 100 km/h takes a mere 3.4 seconds and if the pedal is kept floored, 200 km/h flashes by in 11.1 seconds. The top speed is limited to 250 km/h while the delimited top speed is 305 km/h.
Despite the heavier four-wheel drive system, BMW M was able to reduce the weight of the new M5 by about 40 kg over the previous model.
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Geneva Motor Show news! The BMW Concept M8 Gran Coupe illustrates the meaning behind the letter “M” at BMW in impressive style. And it stands for “more”, more of everything. Dynamic excellence, this bimmer embodies a new facet of luxury for the BMW brand. Certainly, an ultra-sporty, extrovert, and polarising.
“The BMW 8 Series will take over as the new flagship model of the BMW line-up. And, as such, combines unsurpassed sportiness and elegance,” says Adrian van Hooydonk, Senior Vice President BMW Group Design. “The BMW Concept M8 Gran Coupe offers a look ahead to the most exotic and alluring variant of the new BMW 8 Series.”