BMW M3 And M4 Spied Lapping The Nurburgring In Spy Video

The 2021 BMW M3 and M4 are set to debut on September 23. However, while BMW is almost ready to remove the lids from the two high-powered sports cars, the automaker still has work to complete on both models. Video taken at the Nürburgring shows several examples of each M car in various layers of camouflage moving around the famous circuit.

Each will be powered by BMW’s 3.0-liter, twin-turbocharged inline-six engine producing 473 horsepower (353 kilowatts). There are rumors that a less powerful, back-to-basics Pure version will give the mill an output of 460 hp (343 kW). However, the other end of the M lineup will be BMW’s competition model which could see the M3 and M4 making 503 hp (375 kW). The Pure model is meant to be for enthusiasts, offering a six-speed manual transmission and rear-wheel drive. The Competition will offer all-wheel drive and an eight-speed automatic transmission.

While BMW test vehicles wear camouflage, the designs of the sedan and coupe are no secret. Both follow their respective standard 3 and 4 series reveals, so we have a good idea of ​​the designs BMW is working with. The controversial large grille is impossible to miss on both cars, although both vehicles should also receive aggressive front and rear bumpers and plenty of M badges. Inside, expect more sporty seats, at the Alcantara and other M.

We’ll see both models debut on September 23, so we won’t have to wait much longer to learn more about BMW’s latest performance models. The M3 is expected to arrive first – rumors suggest that the rear-wheel drive model will go on sale before the all-wheel-drive version. The M4, along with the M4 and M3 Competition models, are expected to arrive after this. In a few years there could be another M3 – the M3 Touring wagon, which would be a first for the automaker. However, don’t expect him to debut alongside the others. BMW is now in the early stages of a two-year development cycle for the long-roof M3.

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