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BMW M3 and M4 Competition xDrive, 2021, front
BMW M3 Competition Coupe M xDrive, 2021, front
BMW M3 Competition Coupe M xDrive, 2021, side
BMW M3 Competition Coupe M xDrive, 2021, rear
BMW M4 Competition Coupe M xDrive, 2021, front
BMW M4 Competition Coupe M xDrive, 2021, side
BMW M4 Competition Coupe M xDrive, 2021, rear

ONLY weeks after launching the new BMW M3 Competition Saloon and BMW M4 Competition Coupe in the UK, BMW is set to add another two variants to the model line-up by offering the M xDrive all-wheel drive system for the high-performance sports cars in the premium midsize segment for the first time.

The new BMW M3 Competition Saloon M xDrive and BMW M4 Competition Coupe M xDrive take the exclusive M feeling to an even higher level with improvements in traction, handling stability and agility enabing both models to reach 62mph from standstill in only 3.5 seconds - 0.4 seconds quicker than their rear-wheel drive counterparts.

Power from the 510hp straight-six engine fitted in the new models is delivered via an eight-speed M Steptronic transmission with Drivelogic with the M-specific all-wheel drive system dividing it between the front and rear wheels as required.

The all-wheel drive system has a rear-biased setup in classic M style. This system allows the driver to experience even more of the hallmark M performance characteristics reflected, among other things, in even quicker acceleration.

Prices for the M3 Competition Saloon M xDrive start from £77,015 and the M4 costs from £78,315.

Production is due to start in the summer with the first cars on the road later in the year.

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