18 March 2021
Review

The all-new 2021 BMW M4 Competition is the latest hot M-car to be based on BMW's 4-Series. And it's a stonker. It has some 503bhp (510hp) from that most notable of BMW powertrains - a straight-six cylinder petrol engine, here 3.0-litres in size and with two single scroll turbos.

It drives the back wheels only (although an all-wheel drive version will be available in the summer) via an eight-speed auto and a limited-slip differential, and even comes with a M Drift Analyser to score how well you've oversteered. We have a video on the channel of an M3 vs an Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio where you can see it in action. 

Performance is mega. The M4 can go from 0-62mph in just 3.8sec and on to a 180mph top speed (if you tick the M Driver's Package option). It costs £76,055 in the UK (Rs. 1.36 Cr in India, $74,700 in the USA). Join us as we drive the M4 on British roads.

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Peter Cavellini 19 March 2021

I'd happily take it in base spec, there usually enough tech in there for me, besides, it's not the inside as such that matters, it's how it drives.