BMW M4 Concept Revealed

TTAC Staff
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bmw m4 concept revealed

This weekend’s Pebble Beach Concours D’Elegance will also be the site of the BMW M4 Concept’s debut. The M4 is expected to bow in production form in September at the Frankfurt Auto Show – this concept version should be very close to it.

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  • NMGOM NMGOM on Aug 18, 2013

    I think its revealing that the article on the junkyard mail jeep drew 32 comments, and this new BMW M4 has enticed only 28 (before mine)! What does that tell you? 1) Not a sports car? 2) A turbo 6-cylinder with 438 HP is not going to cut it? 3) Absence of manual transmission a colossal mistake? 4) "Regurgitation Gold" is probably not the best color choice... -----------------------

  • Johnny Canada Johnny Canada on Aug 18, 2013

    Shame about that cut line across the front of the hood. You know, the one BMW tries to hide in all their marketing materials. It just screams of cost-cutting. The E46 M3 at the 2000 NAIAS was perfect; this one looks like a clown car.

  • Fred Remember when radios were an option? Do you know you can use your phone to listen to any radio station in the world? This is just a whole waste of time.
  • Pig_Iron ASTC 3.0 AM radio was successfully demonstrated at CES. It is a common standard shared with terrestrial television, so the audio equipment is commonized for broadcasters. And no royalty fees to pay, unlike HDRadio which has been a less than stellar success. 📻
  • Art Vandelay Crimes that are punished with fines encourage abuse by those enforcing them. If it is truly dangerous to the public, maybe jail or give the offenders community service. People’s time tends to be very valuable to them and a weeks lost work would certainly make a high earner think twice. If it isn’t a big danger why are police enforcing it (outside of raising money of course). Combine it with a points system. When your points are gone you do a week imitating Cool Hand Luke.
  • Cha65697928 High earners should pay less for tickets because they provide the tax revenue that funds the police. 2-3 free speeding tix per year should be fair.
  • Art Vandelay So the likely way to determine one’s income would be via the tax return. You guys are going to be real disappointed when some of the richest folks pay no speeding fine the same way they minimize their taxes