BMW Shows Off Its Concept M4 Coupe; Production Version And More Details Expected At The 2013 Frankfurt Auto Show In September
on August 16 2013 9:22 AM
  • 001 BMW M4 Front
    The M4 will have a face-lift from the M3, including a wider grille that touches the headlights. BMW
  • 002 BMW M4 Headlight
    The intakes are revamped from the M3. BMW
  • 003 BMW M4 Front Side Panel 2
    The front quarter panels are very similar to the M3. BMW
  • 004 BMW M4 Side Mirror
    Minor modifications to the side mirrors from the M3. BMW
  • 005 BMW M4 Front Angle Profile
    The M4 has a lower, sleeker profile than the M3. BMW
  • 006 BMW M4 Coupe Rear End
    The M4 has significant changes to the rear. BMW
  • 007 BMW M4 Side Profile
    The M4 has a bolder bevel running along its articulated side panels. BMW
  • BMW M3 E30 Coupe - 1986
    The first M3, the high-per version of the 3 Series compact, first came out in 1986. BMW
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After four generations, BMW is replacing its M3, the high-performance version of the 3 Series developed by the German automaker’s Motorsport division, with the M4, due out for the 2014/15 model year.

Executives from BMW M Gmbh, the wholly owned racecar-making subsidiary of Bayerische Motoren Werke AG (FRA:BMW), showed up at this year’s Pebble Beach Tour d’Élégance, an annual homage to classic cars along the 17-Mile Drive in Monterey, Calif., to pull back the curtain on the Concept M4 Coupe.

The tinted glass indicates the interior has yet to be ready for primetime, but the company says the production version is coming out so soon it's unlikely the exterior will endure many, if any, significant changes from what was seen in Monterey on Thursday afternoon. 

The 3-Series, BMW's best-selling sedan, has been in production since 1975 and is currently in its sixth generation. It too will be replaced with the 4 Series, which made its debut at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit in January.

The Concept M4 Coupe will be turning heads at the upcoming 65th Annual International Motor Show in Frankfurt Sept. 12-22, 2013, with specs and a glimpse of the German-tolled interior. Put on your seat belts. 

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