Fuel-efficient and small-engined new and used cars in Dubai are becoming the new norm. The world is slowly moving towards cars operating on electronic systems. Big roaring engines are being replaced by smaller, more quiet ones. Some drivers feel that the pleasure of driving is being taken away from them.
When Richard Hammond wanted to learn how to drift, he was taught in a BMW M4. The record for longest drift was also made in a BMW. Having proven durability on the track as well as daily driving, BMW has maintained similar consistency throughout their lineup by keeping their cars fun to drive and durable. This can be noted when you go to purchase a BMW M4 and realize that it also comes with a manual transmission system option.
Many automobile manufacturers in the industry are moving away from manual transmission systems. However, BMW has stuck to its roots to provide a fun driving experience to its customers.
To celebrate their progress and their existing M4 model, BMW is releasing a new model called the M4 M Heritage, which is based on the M4 competition package.
CarSwitch.com elaborates on the new model’s specifications in more detail below. Read on to find out what the BMW M Heritage can do!
The engine is an all-time favourite: a turbocharged 3-litre inline six-cylinder engine.
The transmission is a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic. Giving an unsurprising outcome of a strong 444 bhp and 550 Nm of torque. It will do 0-100 kph in 3.8 seconds with a top speed of 250 kph.
Featuring new recalibrated driving modes, it has Adaptive M Suspension that has been fine-tuned to be more aggressive around corners with better handling.
4. Exterior and Interior
Only 750 models are to be made which you will remember every time you see the door sills carrying the “1/750” and “Edition M Heritage” logos along with the sporty carbon fibre plastic roof. If not the outside of the car, the seats and overall interior are unmistakably indicative of the car’s ability to be unique.
The world debut is scheduled for the DTM racing event at the Nürburgring on September 13.