Unofficial sources indicate that the F82 BMW M4 Coupe will ditch the E92 M3’s naturally-aspirated 4.0-liter V8 for a powerplant that will be based on the N55 unit powering the F30 335i 3 Series. Despite the new unit only displacing 3.0-liters, this will at least keep the 420 hp output of the engine it replaces, turning to twin-turbo technology in order to achieve this.
Don’t worry though, the F82 M4 will certainly be faster than the E92 M3 Coupe, thanks to a diet that will see the vehicle feed itself with advanced materials such as carbon fiber.
Just like the previously-spied F82 M4 Coupe prototypes, the vehicle we are looking at now sports full-LED headlights. This could mean that while the 4 Series Coupe will offer the lights as an option, they will be standard on the M4.