New BMW M3 & M4 UPDATE; Turbo Electric For 2021 Model?
Lighter and more technological, the two brother M3 and M4 should have 500 Hp, 4×4 Drive, and many tricks to improve the driving.
The new generation of the BMW 3 Series should arrive on the market at the beginning of 2019 (here and here to learn more) and already begin to circulate the voices regarding the high-performance variation, the BMW M3, become over the years a real reference among the sports : The first edition dates back to 1985 and there have been four more. In 2014, the split M3-M4 was assisted, with the latter name assigned to the coupé and M3 at the four-door sedan. The sixth generation of the M3 and M4 should debut in 2021 (two years after the series 3) and will be even more technical and faster than today for sale. They should keep the gasoline engine 6 cylinders bi-turbo 3.0, led to a power in the order of 500 CV: they are about 70 more than today’s edition.
the increase in power for the BMW M3 and M4 of 2021 Model should take place thanks to a water injection system, already seen on the special BMW M4 GTS, which uses jets of water to cool the suction ducts. Another novelty could be the electrically operated turbines to drastically increase responsiveness to the accelerator. But the biggest novelty should be the adoption of an integral traction similar to that which made its debut on the M5, i.e. unpluggable by the driver, for example while driving on the track. According to the rumors, it should still be available a version with the only rear wheel drive. According to the well-informed, the double clutch change of the current M3 and M4 should leave the place to a classic automatic with torque converter, exactly as it happens on the M5.
for future BMW M3 and M4, The technicians also intend to improve the aerodynamics of the bodywork and reduce the weight using the purpose aluminum and composite materials. The trim, always regulated by electronically controlled shock absorbers, will undergo a general softening to make the car more comfortable and less demanding in the fast driving and in conditions of time not optimal, typical defects of the current M3 and M4.