Okay guys, this is your two week checkup New 2021 BMW M3 and M4. Is the big double kidney grill still growing on you? Before answering that question, check out the video above that was recently posted on YouTube from BMW M and see if the high-speed Tomfolley conveys your opinion.
It’s a short video, not a minute and a half, and we suspect it will appear on television screens around the world in small formats because it’s definitely playing commercially. The action takes place at the port of Copernicus in Slovenia, and it begins with a green M4 competition exiting a recently unloaded container. However, the M-badge bimmer is not the only one moving ports.
A second set of headlights will appear soon, one belonging to the other M3. With a quick J-turn from the four-door, suddenly the race continues around the docks. The quick camera reveals the manual transmission in one of the working cars – we’ll find out later that this is the M3 – but the fast cuts show drift ratings in the form of stars on BMW’s infotainment screen. This is interesting, but the best part of the video is reached in 45 seconds when two cars pass a parked security car. The guard did not see the action because he was browsing M performance components on his phone. Well played, BMW.
So, which car wins? Is in the first part of the action M4 Leads, but after a security encounter, the M3 steps forward. On paper, the M4 competes with an energy advantage of 503 horsepower (375 kW) compared to the 473 hp (353 kW) in the M3. The M4 also speeds up to 60 mph at a tenth of a second, but this is BMW-produced video of cars sliding around docks on wet pavement. So of course, Two Cars win.
Or, it may depend on how you feel about the large grill We True winners from action night.