[VIDEO] The Latest 2021 BMW M4 Competition Stars in a Video

The new 2021 BMW M4 Competition and M3 Competition take the spotlight in this exclusive footage – live from Daytona. During the 24 hours race, BMW also gave us the opportunity to check out the G82 M4 and G80 M3. Obviously, they had to capture some noise. The U.S. models that don’t have the OPF include those that come from Europe. These are also the very first vehicles that were started and revved up. A 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged inline-six S55 engine powers the previous generation M3 and M4.

In this video, we’ll witness how these impressive vehicles deliver their style and performance. The new M2 Competition also gains this very similar engine. Bringing in more power and punch at every point in the rev range, it is definitely a superb engine. However, this is a flat-sounding engine as it falls short of the noise and drama we want in a sporty car. However, BMW’s much improved 3.0-litre twin-turbocharged inline-six S58 engine powers this new vehicle.

The leading normal-ish six-cylinder engine on the market is probably the S58. This engine came from BMW’s B58. The S58 engine makes 473 horsepower as standard for the BMW M4. But for a specification based on a Competition model, this can drove to 503 horsepower. Its power delivery functions either through a six-speed manual gearbox or an 8-speed M Steptronic transmission with an M Drivelogic management unit.

To activate the M TwinPower Turbo technology, the new M3 and M4 generations use a 6-cylinder engine. Unlike the normal TwinPower Turbo engine that uses a single, twin-scroll turbocharger, the power plant is evidently powerful with its two mono-scroll turbochargers.

In comparison to the previous Competition models, the new prestige M3 and M4 variants now promote a power increase by up to 44 kw/60 PS. It also gains a boost in peak torque of 100 Nm (74 lb-ft). The Competition iterations are good for no less than 650 Nm (479 il-ft) that are continuously delivered between 2,750 rpm at 6,250 rpm and 5,599 rpm. As for the standard models, it promises 550 Nm (495lb-ft) accessible over a wide rev range between 2,650 rpm and 6,130 rpm. Let us know if it sounds greater than the F80/F82 M3/M4 generation after checking the footage below.

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