2021 BMW M2 Competition Coupe

What's New For the 2021 BMW M Series?

The 2021 BMW M models cover an exciting range of cars in sedan and coupe body styles. The M collection adds a few new choices in 2021, including the M3 sedan and an M4 coupe. The BMW M5, a luxury sedan, returns in 2021 with some refreshments for the newest model year. In 2021, the M3 returns after a short absence from the market. It comes back with a wave of new technology and outstanding performance capabilities. The M3 sedan also is offered with all-wheel drive for the first time. New this year is the M4 coupe. The M4 also has superior performance capabilities and manual transmission. It has sleek two-door body styles and light-alloy wheels. A carbon-fiber roof and other carbon accents give it a racetrack-ready look and feel. The M4 also has a sport-tuned suspension and performance tires. The M5 adds a new 12.3-inch infotainment system in 2021. It has some styling updates in front and back, and it now comes with wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.

What Features Are Available for 2021?

The BMW M3 comes in two trim levels called the M3 Sedan and the M3 Competition. You can finish both in one of 12 paint colors. A bold front grille characterizes both, and you'll get bold LED headlights as well. The M3 models get carbon-fiber elements inside and out, with additional sporty accents on the Competition. Carbon-fiber bucket seats are available. Both trims get a 10.25-inch infotainment system. The M4 comes in the same two trim options. The Competition M4 can be accessorized with a carbon exterior package that includes front air intake inlays, a carbon rear diffuser, and chrome tailpipes. A special dark finish is also available. The M5 also comes in a base and Competition model. The base model has the same features from 2020, but the Competition gets new leather and suede upholstery, and its exterior has black accents.

2021 BMW M2 Competition Coupe Interior

Raw Power and Stellar Performance

A 3.0L twin-turbo V6 engine powers the M3. Its power output is 473 HP, and its maximum torque output is 406 LB-FT. Another engine called the Competition is available. This engine generates 503 HP and nearly 480 LB-FT of peak torque. M4 Coupe has the same engine options as the M3. Both M models are available with either an eight-speed automatic transmission or a six-speed manual. The BMW M5 gets a twin-turbo V8 engine that produces 600 HP.

BMW M Model Safety at the Forefront

The M models have many safety features, including a head-up display, advanced traction control, and high-performance brakes that improve their stop time. Forward collision mitigation is also standard.

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