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BMW M4 Competition Coupe specs

Price in Europe €91,000 - €167,365
Price in US $75,695 - $101,995
Car type Coupe
Curb weight 1695-1800 kg (3737-3968 lbs)
Introduced 2020
Origin country Germany
Gas mileage 34.9-6.5 l/100 km (7-36 mpg US / 8-43 mpg UK)
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Acceleration (mph)

0 - 30 mph1.9 s
0 - 40 mph2.5 s
0 - 50 mph3.1 s
0 - 60 mph3.5 s
0 - 70 mph4.8 s
0 - 80 mph5.8 s
0 - 90 mph7.0 s
0 - 100 mph8.4 s
0 - 110 mph9.9 s
0 - 120 mph11.7 s
0 - 130 mph13.8 s
0 - 140 mph16.6 s
0 - 150 mph19.7 s
Est. 1/8 mile8.1 s @ 103.8 mph
1/4 mile11.6 s
1/2 mile18.1 s

Acceleration (kph)

0 - 40 kph1.4 s
0 - 50 kph1.7 s
0 - 60 kph2.2 s
0 - 80 kph2.8 s
0 - 100 kph3.6 s
0 - 120 kph5.0 s
0 - 130 kph5.4 s
0 - 140 kph6.6 s
0 - 150 kph6.7 s
0 - 160 kph7.6 s
0 - 180 kph9.3 s
0 - 200 kph11.3 s
0 - 250 kph20.1 s
1000 m20.6 s
BMW M4 Competition Coupe acceleration graph

General performance

Top speed291 kph (181 mph)
Est. 0 - 100 mph - 013.7 s @ 1115 ft
Est. max acceleration0.81 g (8 m/s²)
18m slalom72.4 kph (45.0 mph)
36m slalom143.0 kph (88.9 mph)
Emissions239 g/km
Lateral acceleration1.06 g (10 m/s²)
Downforce @ 200 kph0 kg (0 lbs)

Powertrain specs

Engine type Inline 6
Displacement 3.0 l (183 ci / 2993 cc)
Power 510 ps (503 bhp / 375 kw) @ 6250 rpm
Torque 650 Nm (479 lb-ft) @ 2750 rpm
Power / liter 170 ps (168 hp)
Power / weight 296 ps (292 bhp) / t
Torque / weight 377 Nm (278 lb-ft) / t
Efficiency 40 PS per l/100 km
Power / €5000 23 ps
Transmission 8 speed automatic
Layout front engine, rear wheel drive

Braking distance

50 kph - 06 m (20 ft)
100 kph - 031 m (102 ft)
120 kph - 050 m (165 ft)
130 kph - 059 m (193 ft)
140 kph - 068 m (224 ft)
160 kph - 083 m (272 ft)
200 kph - 0122 m (401 ft)
30 mph - 08 m (25 ft)
50 mph - 021 m (69 ft)
60 mph - 032 m (106 ft)
70 mph - 039 m (128 ft)

Rolling acceleration

60 - 100 kph (4)2.4 s
60 - 100 kph (5)3.5 s
80 - 120 kph (4)2.5 s
80 - 120 kph (5)3.2 s
80 - 120 kph (6)4.7 s
80 - 120 kph (7)7.7 s
80 - 120 kph (8)15.5 s
80 - 160 kph (4)5.4 s
80 - 160 kph (5)6.8 s
80 - 160 kph (6)10.5 s
80 - 160 kph (7)16.4 s
70 - 90 kph2.4 s
70 - 100 kph3.0 s
70 - 120 kph4.1 s
70 - 130 kph4.7 s
70 - 140 kph5.5 s
80 - 120 kph2.0 s
100 - 140 kph2.3 s
100 - 200 kph7.6 s

Interior noise

Noise @ idle45 dB
Noise @ 50 kph60 dB
Noise @ 80 kph64 dB
Noise @ 100 kph66 dB
Noise @ 130 kph72 dB
Noise @ 30 mph66 dB
Noise @ 50 mph68 dB
Noise @ 70 mph73 dB
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Corvolet3  6m ago

I like how the 2 biggest critiques of this car are either the front or the fact that it's "too fast". Like, the two previous generations were almost outclassed by most cars in their competitive lineup respectively, and now people whine about how it's become "too fast"?
People need to get a grip 😂
It offers supercar performance from the early 2010s for half the price


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hostboy  7m ago

BMW is much like Ford and Dodge in that they don't have an E-segment sports car (R8/lower-end Huracán/911, AMG GT/SL, Vantage, Portofino/Roma/MC20, McLaren GT/Artura, Corvette rival) in their lineup. Instead, they milk the D-segment coupe platform to up the segment's ante. The M4 CSL, Shelby GT500 CFTP, and Challenger Super Stock (indirect successor to the E-segment Viper) are kings of the D-segment sports class.

Ford has an exclusive supercar, and that's considered an F-segment sports car in the same vein as most Ferraris, Lambos and McLarens (F8/296/SF90/812 models, Huracán STO/Aventador models, 720S/765LT). Mercedes also made three (SLR McLaren, SL65 AMG Black Series, and AMG GT Black Series), excluding the two homologated hypercars. Porsche made only a select few F-segment sports cars (911 GT2 and GT2 RS models). BMW, just the M1.

TL;DR: Less is more!


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Corvolet3  8m ago

I gotta be honest, I really despised the grille and made fun of how the front looks. But all things considered, they did a genuinely great job at the thing overall. Only few 4 seaters can match the performance, let alone in its price range. Even the Carrera S is scared of that thing LMAO


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Corvolet3  10m ago

And here comes the final part. Stats might be a little off.

Part 3:

Build year -- Model ------ Power output - 0-100 - 0-160 - 0-200 - 0-250 - Vmax -- Weight

Gen 5:
2014 BMW M4 (F82) ----------- 431 PS - 4,3 s - 8,9 s - 13,8 s - 26,0 s - 293 km/h - 1497 kg
2015 MB C63 AMG (W205) - 476 PS - 4,2 s - 8,5 s - 13,3 s - 24,3 s - 307 km/h - 1640 kg
2015 MB C63 AMG S ---------- 510 PS - 3,9 s - 8,1 s - 12,5 s - 21,4 s - 311 km/h - 1655 kg
2016 BMW M4 Competition - 450 PS - 4,1 s - 8,5 s - 13,5 s - 24,9 s - 297 km/h - 1540 kg
2016 Audi S4 (B9) -------------- 354 PS - 4,7 s - 10,7 s - 17,6 s - 34,8 s - 279 km/h - 1745 kg
2016 Audi S5 (F5) -------------- 354 PS - 4,6 s - 10,4 s - 16,9 s - 32,6 s - 278 km/h - 1780 kg
2016 BMW M4 GTS ------------ 500 PS - 3,8 s - 7,7 s --- 11,9 s - 21,2 s - 306 km/h - 1510 kg
2017 Audi RS5 -------------------- 450 PS - 3,7 s - 8,5 s --- 13,6 s - 26,3 s - 299 km/h - 1707 kg
2017 BMW M4 CS ------------- 460 PS -- 3,9 s - 7,8 s --- 12,7 s - 22,5 s - 293 km/h - 1580 kg
2017 Audi RS4 ------------------- 450 PS -- 3,8 s - 8,5 s --- 13,8 s - 27,0 s - 295 km/h - 1745 kg
2018 MB C43 AMG ------------ 390 PS -- 4,4 s - 10,1 s - 16,3 s - 31,5 s - 287 km/h - 1630 kg

Gen 6:
2020 BMW M440i xDrive (G32) - 374 PS - 4,5 s - 10,0 s - 15,8 s - 30,5 s - 286 km/h - 1670 kg
2021 BMW M4 Coupé (G82) ----- 480 PS - 4,3 s - 8,9 s - 13,7 s - 24,0 s - 300 km/h - 1700 kg
2021 BMW M4 Competition ----- 510 PS - 3,8 s - 7,7 s - 11,9 s - 20,1 s - 303 km/h - 1725 kg
2021 M4 Competition xDrive ---- 510 PS - 3,6 s - 7,5 s - 11,9 s - 21,1 s - 301 km/h - 1775 kg


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Corvolet3  10m ago

Part 2:

Build year -- Model ------------ Power output -- 0-100 -- 0-160 -- 0-200 -- 0-250 -- Vmax -- Weight

Gen 3:
2000 -- Audi RS4 Avant -------- 380 PS ---- 4,8 s ---- 10,6 s ---- 17,0 s --- 34,7 s -- 279 km/h - 1620 kg
2000 -- BMW M3 (E46) -------- 343 PS ----- 5,1 s --- 11,2 s ---- 17,9 s ---- 35,5 s -- 280 km/h - 1535 kg
2000 -- MB C32 AMG ------ 354 PS ------ 5,2 s ---- 11,8 s ---- 18,6 s --- 36,3 s -- 280 km/h - 1560 kg
2002 -- MB CLK 55 AMG - 367 PS -------- 5,1 s ---- 11,3 s ---- 17,8 s --- 34,9 s -- 285 km/h - 1595 kg
2003 -- Audi S4 (B6 Sedan) - 344 PS ----- 5,5 s --- 11,9 s ---- 19,7 s --- 40,8 s -- 275 km/h - 1660 kg
2003 -- BMW M3 CSL ----- 360 PS ------- 4,8 s ----- 10,2 s ---- 16,0 s --- 29,8 s -- 285 km/h - 1385 kg
2004 -- Audi S4 (B7 Sedan) -- 344 PS --- 5,6 s ---- 11,9 s ---- 19,7 s --- 40,8 s -- 274 km/h - 1660 kg
2005 -- Audi RS4 Sedan ---- 420 PS ------ 4,6 s ----- 9,9 s ----- 16,0 s --- 29,6 s -- 299 km/h - 1700 kg
2006 -- MB CLK 63 AMG --- 481 PS ------ 4,5 s ----- 9,5 s ----- 14,9 s --- 25,5 s -- 310 km/h - 1680 kg

Gen 4:
2007 -- Audi S5 (8T) -------- 354 PS --------- 5,1 s ---- 11,2 s --- 18,6 s --- 39,3 s --- 281 km/h - 1630 kg
2007 -- MB CLK 63 AMG B S - 507 PS --- 4,2 s ---- 9,1 s ----- 14,0 s --- 22,7 s --- 318 km/h - 1737 kg
2007 -- MB C63 AMG ----- 457 PS ------- 4,7 s ----- 9,7 s ----- 14,7 s --- 24,8 s --- 308 km/h - 1655 kg
2007 -- BMW M3 (E92) --- 420 PS -------- 4,6 s ----- 10,0 s ---- 15,5 s --- 27,0 s --- 293 km/h - 1600 kg
2008 -- Audi S4 Sedan (B8) - 333 PS --- 4,9 s ----- 11,6 s ---- 19,4 s --- 40,5 s --- 276 km/h - 1660 kg
2009 -- Audi S5 (v2) ------ 333 PS ----- 4,7 s ----- 11,5 s ---- 18,4 s --- 39,5 s --- 277 km/h - 1630 kg
2010 -- Audi RS5 -------- 450 PS --------- 4,3 s ------- 9,5 s ----- 15,0 s --- 27,0 s --- 300 km/h - 1725 kg
2010 -- BMW M3 GTS -- 450 PS ------- 4,2 s ------- 8,9 s ----- 14,1 s --- 26,1 s --- 305 km/h - 1530 kg
2012 -- MB C63 AMG B S - 517 PS -- 3,9 s ------- 8,4 s ----- 12,7 s --- 21,8 s --- 322 km/h - 1635 kg
2012 -- Audi RS4 --------- 450 PS ------- 4,3 s ------- 9,4 s ----- 15,1 s --- 27,5 s --- 292 km/h - 1795 kg
2013 - MB C63 AMG ED507 - 507 PS --- 4,1 s --- 8,5 s ----- 13,0 s --- 22,8 s --- 315 km/h - 1655 kg


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Corvolet3  10m ago

Now that we've come to the point where a BMW D segment car has over 500 PS, I think it's a good idea to go back to the roots and see how the M3 and its rivals evolved.

I put a "little" list together with all cars from 1984 to 2013. Took me a lot of work but here it is:

Build year -- Model ---------- Power output -- 0-100 -- 0-160 -- 0-200 -- 0-250 -- Vmax -- Weight
Gen 1:
1984 -- MB 190E 2.3-16 ------ 185 PS------ 7,8 s -----20,4 s -- 38,0 s -- x - 231 km/h - 1260 kg
1986 -- BMW 320iS (E30) ---- 192 PS ----- 7,3 s --- 18,0 s --- 34,3 s -- x - 226 km/h - 1160 kg
1986 -- BMW M3 (E30) -------- 200 PS ------ 7,2 s --- 16,9 s --- 29,3 s -- x - 233 km/h - 1165 kg
1987 -- MB 190E 2.5-16 Evo I - 204 PS --- 7,5 s -- 16,8 s --- 30,1 s -- x - 235 km/h - 1300 kg
1989 -- BMW M3 Evo II (E30) --- 220 PS -- 6,8 s - 15,6 s --- 27,0 s -- x - 243 km/h - 1200 kg
1990 -- BMW M3 Sport Evo (E30)- 238 PS - 6,5 s - 14,7 s - 25,4 s - x - 248 km/h - 1200 kg
1990 -- Audi S2 Coupé ---------------220 PS --- 6,4 s -16,9 s --- 30,8 s -- x - 244 km/h - 1420 kg
1991 -- MB 190E 2.5-16 Evo II -- 235 PS ---- 7,1 s - 15,4 s --- 26,2 s - >62,0 s - 250 km/h - 1340 kg
1992 -- MB 190E 3.2 AMG ------- 234 PS ---- 7,2 s - 16,0 s --- 27,5 s -- x - 247 km/h - 1400 kg
1992 -- Audi S2 Coupé (v2) ----- 230 PS ----- 6,2 s - 15,8 s --- 29,0 s - x - 246 km/h - 1525 kg

Gen 2:
1992 -- BMW M3 (E36) ----------286 PS --- 5,8 s --- 13,1 s --- 22,3 s - 51,5 s - 260 km/h - 1460 kg
1993 -- MB C36 AMG (W202) -- 280 PS --- 6,3 s -- 14,4 s ----- 25,7 s - 60,0 s - 255 km/h - 1485 kg
1994 -- Audi RS2 Avant ----------- 315 PS --- 5,3 s -- 12,3 s ----- 20,9 s - 48,0 s - 270 km/h - 1595 kg
1994 -- BMW M3 GT -------------- 295 PS --- 5,7 s -- 12,6 s ----- 21,4 s -- 47,5 s - 265 km/h - 1440 kg
1995 -- BMW M3 3.2 -------------- 321 PS --- 5,5 s --- 11,5 s ---- 19,6 s -- 40,5 s - 270 km/h - 1460 kg
1997 -- Audi S4 (B5 Sedan) ---- 265 PS --- 5,6 s --- 15,0 s ---- 25,2 s - >62,0 s - 252 km/h - 1540 kg
1997 -- MB C43 AMG ------------ 306 PS ---- 6,0 s --- 13,1 s --- 22,8 s -- 56,4 s - 266 km/h - 1495 kg
1998 -- MB C55 AMG ----------- 347 PS ---- 5,5 s ---- 11,8 s --- 20,1 s -- 42,5 s - 276 km/h - 1505 kg


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Corvolet3  1y ago

100-200 in exactly 7 seconds in this modified car by AC Schnitzer. It puts out 590 PS, 80 more than the standard model.

 


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Corvolet3  1y ago

Even more proof how fast this car is.
The S15 has more power AND weighs 500kg less.

 


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Corvolet3  1y ago

Jesus christ that's fast

 


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196ss  1y ago

250 kph in 20,11

 


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Corvolet3  2y ago

Very interesting comparison!

 


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flt158  2y ago

Thank you, Hoppelmoppel123, for providing us the full set of acceleration figures for the BMW M4 Competition Coupe from Autocar. The car is quick enough.

Kind regards from FLT 158.


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Mpower  2y ago

https://youtu.be/xgecQy2DkiQ
Sachsenring 1:32,76
tire Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2


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dr. cosimo  2y ago

 

 

 

 


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dr. cosimo  2y ago

 

 


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benedekpuskas  2y ago

 

I would still take the Mercedes. It's a V8.


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Tommi95  2y ago

Sorry I don't have a Flickr account so I posted the images of the latest Quattroruote (04/2021) with the laptimes of the M4 Competition RWD and its straight line performances (acceleration, rolling and braking). https://drive.google.com/file/d/1lLXQVk9A_exCZ3Y18szG0E37worIlMM-/view?usp=drivesdk
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1lQ7YiExpEiVRVRNz0I9o3Sd40OSrcWcQ/view?usp=drivesdk
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1lUWfVcexMKPzF4wvtpA20tMG1cMl1M7t/view?usp=drivesdk


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196ss  2y ago

The car seems to be very good technically, but I can not accept its exterior in any way. On the M3 sedan these huge nostrils look more or less organic, but M4 coupe in my opinion looks terrible from the front.
The black color helps it partially, since the grill is not so conspicuous:

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Tommi95  2y ago

It did 1.14.18 at Vairano and 1.28 at Vairano Pro. That's a pretty damn good time, only 0.2s slower than the Porsche 718 Cayman Gt4 and 0.7s slower than the 992 Carrera S, and 0.7s faster than the Taycan. Compared to the M2CS it's 1 full second faster and compared to the M5 it's 1.7s faster. In straight line it did: 3.8 in the 0-100, 12.2 in the 0-200 and 11.8 in the 1/4 mile. I'll try to post the picture as soon as I can. I don't really remember how to do it though so I would appreciate it if someone reminded me the names of the site to create the image and the other things to do to post it here...


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196ss  2y ago

 


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benedekpuskas  2y ago

Unlike on SUVs, on the M4 I like the big grill, it looks really aggressive and sporty in my opinion

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Myles Brown  2y ago

hmmm, similar ZL1 performance, unless if its higher than 130 mph then ZL1 is going to obliterate it, not bad BMW, 0.1 seconds difference against a monster bargain ZL1, only a 10,000 dollar difference, Let’s see the track comparisons


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Corvolet3  2y ago

This thing is crazy fast!!

 


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Lambolover  2y ago

 

0-60 3.66 secs
1/4 mile 11.62 secs


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Lambolover  2y ago

 

0-100 km/h: 3.98
0-200 km/h: 11.9


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196ss  2y ago

AWD adds another 23kg and it almost catches M8 in weight department


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Hoppelmoppel123  2y ago

https://www.auto-motor-und-sport.de/neuheiten/bmw-m4-coupe-2021/technische-daten/
0-100 kph: 3.9 s
Top Speed: 250 kph
Fuel: 7.6 - 14.6 l/100 km
CO2: 234 g/km
Price: 91000 €


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Hoppelmoppel123  2y ago

The exhaust with M-Parts is a lil bit wierd.

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Photo of BMW M4 Competition Coupe

Photo of BMW M4 Competition Coupe