The 2020 BMW M3 and M4 make their final development test on various tracks around Europe. Testing is done on public roads in Southern France and Sweden as well as at the Sachsenring track to find the perfect balance of everyday handling and on-track performance.
The 2020 M3 Sedan and M4 Coupe will be available in two performance variants, a 353 Kw/480 PS variant with a 6-speed manual gearbox and a Competition model with 375 Kw/510 PS mated to an 8-speed DCT gearbox.
Competition versions of both the 2020 M3 and M4 will also feature the latest M xDrive four-wheel-drive system. Rear-wheel drive is available only for the manual variant. Both variants will be powered by BMW’s newest S58 straight six-cylinder.
BMW is set to give the M3 and M4 a world premiere launch in mid-September 2020. We have already seen leaked images of the M4 but will these performance figures change your mind in getting one past its controversial looks?