BMW M Series Models

The Fast and The Sporty
BMW M2 Coupe F87

The newly developed, three-litre six-cylinder in-line engine in the new BMW M2 deploys cutting-edge M TwinPower Turbo technology to develop 272 kW/370 hp at 6,500 rpm (fuel consumption combined: 8.5 l/100 km [33.2 mpg imp]; CO2 emissions combined: 199 g/km) and, in so doing, lays down a marker in the high-performance compact sports car segment.

The same applies to power delivery. Peak torque of 465 Nm (343 lb-ft) can be increased to as much as 500 Nm (369 lb-ft) in short bursts under overboost. All of which enables the new BMW M2 Coupe with optional seven-speed M Double Clutch Transmission (M DCT) and Launch Control to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in just 4.3 seconds. Top speed is electronically limited to 250 km/h (155 mph). Yet, with its M DCT transmission, fuel consumption of just 7.9 litres per 100 km (35.8 mpg imp) and CO2 emissions of just 185 g/km, the car is also keen to emphasise its outstanding efficiency.

BMW M3 F80

BMW M3 Sedan has the 3.0-liter V6 engine delivering 430 hp (406 lb/ft) and 550 Nm from 1850 rpm.

The car can sprint from zero to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 4.1 seconds with automatic 7-speed DCT transmission, while with 6-speed manual it takes 0.2 seconds longer.

The top speed is limited to 250 km/h (155 mph), but with M Driver’s package the car can reach 280 km/h (174 mph). Combine fuel consumption is of 8.8 lt/100km while riding on manual transmission. Automatic one uses 0.5-liter less.

The car has carbon roof and Smokey Burnout function which lets to make more smoke when burning rear wheels.

BMW M4 Coupe F82

BMW M4 Coupe has the 3.0-liter V6 engine delivering 430 hp (406 lb/ft) and 550 Nm from 1850 rpm. The same as BMW M3 F80.

The car can sprint from zero to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 4.1 seconds with automatic 7-speed DCT transmission, while with 6-speed manual it takes 0.2 seconds longer.

The top speed is limited to 250 km/h (155 mph), but with M Driver’s package the car can reach 280 km/h (174 mph). Combine fuel consumption is of 8.8 lt/100km while riding on manual transmission. Automatic one uses 0.5-liter less.

The car has carbon roof and Smokey Burnout function which lets to make more smoke when burning rear wheels.

BMW M4 GTS F82

The BMW M4 GTS gives BMW M GmbH a new and exclusive technological showpiece which elevates the potential of the BMW M4 Coupe to another impressive new level. With its powerful, motor sport-inspired looks and high-performance technology, the BMW M4 GTS has its sights set squarely on the race track.

A lap time of 7.28 minutes around the legendary Nürburgring-Nordschleife, the world’s most exacting race circuit, is a clear statement of this special-edition model’s exceptional abilities.

At the same time, the sharpest BMW M4 of all – like its BMW M stablemates – can also hold its own on public roads. BMW M GmbH is launching the BMW M4 GTS in a special edition limited to 700 units to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the BMW M3, which has been in production since 1986. In so doing, it is highlighting the innovative flair of the BMW M engineers in developing trailblazing M technologies on the powertrain, chassis and lightweight construction front.

At the heart of each and every BMW M model is its engine. The BMW M4 GTS uses the multi-award-winning six-cylinder in-line turbo engine from the BMW M3/M4, but adds innovative water injection technology to give the 3.0-litre unit a substantial power boost. The water injection system raises the engine’s output significantly – to 368 kW/500 hp – and increases torque to 600 Nm (442 lb-ft), yet still keeps fuel economy and CO2 emissions at the level of the BMW M4 Coupe (8.3 litres per 100 km [34 mpg imp], 194 g/km). This makes the BMW M4 GTS the most agile, radical and dynamically potent model in the range. It races from a standstill to 100 km/h (62 mph) in a mere 3.8 seconds and hits a limited top speed of 305 km/h (189.5 mph).

BMW M5 F90

BMW M5 F90 has 4.4-litre V8 bi-turbo engine with M TwinPower Turbo technology.

The M engineers have carried out significant revisions to the outgoing model’s power unit. For example, newly developed turbochargers, ultra-efficient indirect charge air cooling and increased fuel injection pressure together help to raise output and, above all, torque.

The engine develops 441 kW/600 hp at 5,600 – 6,700 rpm, while a monumental 750 Nm (553 lb-ft) of torque is placed at the driver’s disposal from as low down as 1,800 rpm and remains there until 5,600 rpm.

A map-controlled, fully variable oil pump ensures oil is supplied as and when the new BMW M5 needs it, even on the track.

The car’s impressive performance figures speak for themselves: 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in just 3.4 seconds, 0 to 200 km/h in 11.1 seconds (124 mph). Top speed, meanwhile, is an electronically limited 250 km/h (155 mph), but the optional M Driver’s Package can keep the fun coming to 305 km/h (189 mph).