2015 BMW M3, M4: Stunning New Photos

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2015 BMW M3, M4: Stunning New Photos

Officially introduced last week, the 2015 BMW M3 and M4 have captured the attention of automotive enthusiasts everywhere.

The German automaker is just as excited about its newest generation of sports cars as we are, so much so that it continues to present more photos of the two machines in action. This time around, BMW released two new galleries starring the M3 and M4 out on the track and in motion.

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There’s a lot to love about both cars and it’s obvious that BMW has no desire to relinquish the luxury sports car crown to its competitors anytime soon. Staying true to the heritage the M brand has brought over the decades, the next-generation M3 and M4 now pack a 3.0-liter twin-turbo inline-six engine with 425 hp and 406 lb-ft of torque. Combine that with its gorgeous, aerodynamic looks and weight-saving technology, we can’t wait to get behind the wheel of the newest M models.

GALLERY: 2015 BMW M3

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GALLERY: 2015 BMW M4

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  • Mark Gold

    Funny how a manual transmission is standard equipment (and the choice of most driving enthusiasts) and yet none of the photos BMW has released of the cars shows the 6-speed.

  • Gold Mark

    Well, you don’t show to the people “standard” equipments during public reveal. If not, they would have to show the standard fugly 18″ wheels.

    M-DCT is the actual standard.

  • Mark Gold

    Um, sorry, but you’re wrong, the 6-speed manual IS the standard transmission. It may not be stated in this article, but it is elsewhere including BMW’s own press release.

    And while most manufacturers tend to show varying levels of equipment in their promo photos. BMW simply chose to show tarted up versions of both cars.

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