Not all cars are suitable first cars, no matter how cool you'll look or how much money you could save. Choose wisely.
24 hours straight on the worlds greatest track is just as wild as you think it is.
The CS is here to be your track-day Bimmer, bridging the gap between the M4 Competition Package and the crazy M4 GTS.
Slight styling updates and minor chassis tweaks come to the 4-Series for 2017.
If you thought the M4 was twitchy before, just wait until you see this track-prepped version.
It has a 500-horsepower E46 M3 CSL engine mounted behind the driver.
Now that is exceedingly fast.
Only 200 will be made, and sadly, none for the U.S.
Instead of upgrading the M2's engine, BMW may simply borrow the twin-turbo I6 from the M3 and M4.
The battle of the small BMW M cars.
The M4 GT4 racecar is based largely on the road car, and will be ready to race for the 2018 season.
Less weight and more power for the M2? Yes, please.
As promised, BMW cranks up the heat on the M3 and M4.
This should slot in nicely between the standard M3/M4 and the berserk M4 GTS.
Racing from a roll is dumb, but facts are facts: take away the Tesla's holeshot advantage, and it gets smoked.