BMW’s been on a number-plugging exercise since of late; you can buy cars from 1-Series to 8-Series, uninterrupted. The 4-Series is positioned as the sportier 3-Series, with coupe, convertible, and 4 door (GranCoupe) variants. Of course, M Division do get to play with these, and the result is the BMW M4. Available only as coupe and convertible, the M4 is indeed a fine performance car, especially in Competition guise, which is why this 2022 BMW M4 Competition Coupe xDrive is a perfect daily for many. With just 618 miles done since new, it’s practically fresh out of the box.
Sporting BMW’s freshest styling, the M4 is clearly differentiated from a regular 4-Series by distinctive bumpers, diffusers, and of course the signature quad exhausts. This one’s all the more menacing as it comes in Black Sapphire Metallic, with M Shadow Line Lights, featuring Icon Adaptive LED Light with Laserlight. For those who got lost, it means that piercing the darkness with ample light is a specialty of this car, making those drives down back roads late at night all the more pleasurable, and safe. The tailgate is powered, part of the Executive Package. Through the windows, you can glimpse flashes of orange, that’s because the interior presents itself in a Kyalami Orange and Black combo. Seating four occupants, you’ve got every tech toy and creature comfort you could expect, including a slick digital instrument cluster, dual-zone climate control, electrically adjustable seats with heating and memory functions, Harman/Kardon in charge of the audio system, and BMW’s iDrive infotainment system. The Executive Package also brings remote engine start, heated steering wheel and gesture control to the cabin. The rear seats also have Isofix tethers for up to two car seats, highlighting the fact that this 2022 BMW M4 Competition Coupe xDrive can perform faithful family mover duties when required.
However, when the time to play comes, this 2022 BMW M4 Competition Coupe xDrive really rises to the occasion, summoning up 503hp and 479lb-ft from its 3.0L twin turbocharged inline six, and spitting it out to all four wheels via an ZF 8HP 8-speed automatic transmission and BMW xDrive all wheel drive system. That’s enough to send this sub-4,000lb coupe to sixty from rest in under 4 seconds, and slam into the speed limiter at 155mph.
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