BMW M3

2021 BMW M3 and M4 changes the face of ultimate driving machines

2021 BMW M3 and M4 changes the face of ultimate driving machines

The BMW M3 is an icon, and the M4 is essentially an M3 coupe with a different number as decided by marketeers a few years ago. For decades, the compact sports sedan and coupe were the benchmark that everyone else chased. But BMW is taking a “bold new approach” for the sixth-generation 2021 BMW M3 (and M4), and well — look for yourselves.

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BMW M3 CS is most aggressive version yet

BMW M3 CS is most aggressive version yet

BMWs have always been known for their involving driving experience that earned them the name “the ultimate driving machine”, even if it started off as a marketing tagline. And when it comes to fast beemers, the BMW M3 is one of the most well-known. The engineers from Bavaria have decided to sharpen this tool even further with the M3 CS.

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BMW M3 2018 subtly refreshed

BMW M3 2018 subtly refreshed

Right after spicing up their 4-series range, it was quite obvious that BMW will turn their attention towards the 3-series. Now they have given the range-topping M3 the same treatment. BMW gave it a refresh quite recently in May 2015 and this refresh gives it nothing but a small nip and tuck.

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Celebrating 30 years of BMW M3, including concept rejects

Celebrating 30 years of BMW M3, including concept rejects

The year 2016 marks the 30th anniversary of the BMW M3, the automotive icon which became a benchmark of sorts for the sports car segment in 1986 and remains so five generations later. The 30th anniversary of the BMW M3 gives us the opportunity to put the spotlight on four unique variants that, for obvious reasons, never made it past the prototype stage, namely, the BMW M3 Pickup from 1986, the BMW M3 Compact from 1996, the BMW M3 Touring from 2000 and the BMW M3 Pickup revealed in 2011.

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First Drive: BMW X5 M, X6 M & M3 2011 on the track

First Drive: BMW X5 M, X6 M & M3 2011 on the track


BMW had a track event at the Dubai Autodrome racetrack last week. Dubbing it “X Meets M Roadshow”, it was an attempt by BMW to legitimise the X5 M and the X6 M as true sporting vehicles worthy of the M badge, while also having the M3 as well as regular X5 and X6 models at hand for comparison. Interestingly, it was even open to the public, and all you had to do was sign up on BMW’s regional website for a slot. The only problem was BMW’s local outfit chose to advertise this event on everywhere except the Middle East’s most popular car website,

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