BMW M4 Concept revealed

BMW M4 Concept
BMW has finally released images of its M4 Coupe Concept ahead of the car’s unveiling at Monterey Auto Week in California.

Aggressively styled, the Concept differs from the regular 4 Series thanks to the power dome on the hood, a CFRP (carbon fibre-reinforced plastic) roof with M striping, bulging wheel arches, wider side skirts and trademark M fender gills.

There’s also a gloss black kidney grille with double slats, a sculpted front bumper with large air intakes and carbon fibre front splitter, boot lid with integrated spoiler and rear bumper with air outlets and a diffuser that shrouds quadruple tailpipes. A set of bi-colour 20-inch forged M alloy wheels complete the look.

BMW remained tight-lipped regarding the powerplant, but it’s likely that the 309 kW (420 hp) V8 engine currently powering the M3 will be ditched, with propulsion expected to come from a twin-turbocharged straight-six (developing around 331 kW/444 hp), which will be mated to either a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission or optional six-speed manual.

[Source: BMW]

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