BMW Concept M4 Coupe unveiled at Pebble Beach

BMW has just pulled the covers off their latest sports car, called the Concept M4 Coupe. However, the use of the word ‘Concept’ should be taken lightly, because what you are seeing here is pretty much going to be the production BMW M4 Coupé that will go on sale next year.

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Published on 2013/08/17

The Concept M4 Coupe was unveiled at a media reception for the Pebble Beach Concours in Monterey, California.

Its “Aurum Dust” paint, a colour specifically developed by BMW for this car, really does highlight the aggressive lines. Its larger front air inlet and its quad tailpipes set the M4 apart from lesser 4 Series models, along with its carbon fibre roof, front splitter and rear diffuser.

The profile of the BMW Concept M4 Coupe is dominated by 20-inch bicolored M light-alloy wheels, behind which you’ll find carbon ceramic brakes. While BMW has not revealed what powertrain will be offered in the new M4, it will likely be a turbocharged six-cylinder motor, rather than the current M3’s V8.

Dr. Friedrich Nitschke, BMW M Division president, said at the unveiling, “The BMW Concept M4 Coupe reflects the BMW M philosophy in ideal form: it combines motor racing genes and unrestricted, everyday suitability in a highly emotional overall concept.”

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