BMW M4 Coupe Gets Rendered
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These renderings, courtesy of Wildspeed and Bimmerpost give a pretty accurate idea as to what modifications BMW may make to the concept, in its transition to hot production car. They have added a hood air inlet, 1M- and M6-inspired bumper and spoiler, as well as the familiar small side air vent, with the usual M logo, surrounded by a little bit of chrome, or piano black trim.
Also, the M4 will be considerably more efficient than the V8-powered M3 it replaces, featuring a straight-six engine, with at least two turbochargers. It will have roughtly the same power output, yet it will have a lot more torque, therefor making it more usable in daily driving conditions, as well as on the track as it will be able to better accelerate out of tight corners, when downshifting may not be the best idea.
However, we still have to wait until the middle of 2014, when the M4 is expected to make its debut. Still, we will get a taste of what it will be like, courtesy of the new M3, which will arrive onto the scene earlier than the 4 - late 2013 - early 2014.
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