BMW Breaks The Chain: Introducing New M series with a different design
If you are a car lover then you will definitely notice one thing in your favourite cars; every car brand tends to follow a particular design pattern in their numerous car models and series. Quite often, this characteristic feature is maintained throughout the car series. Well, at least that's how all the famous brands do it. For instance, the Porsche 911 will always have a powerful engine, the Jaguar XE series will showcase a remarkably astounding body, and the BMW M3 will surely turn out as an exotic speed racing machine that supplies you with power and luxury!
BMW breaks the chain: Comes up with a new series
Ever wondered what might happen when car manufacturers such as BMW try to jump the curve and make any radical change in their trademark features of a particular series? Does the brand tend to lose some of its long-held brilliance and fan following because of the change or can a change of the state of mind turn out be beneficial? Intriguing, isn't it ?
Introducing the all new BMW M series.This new BMW M series comprises of a sedan, coupe and convertible, as always, yet this series is definitely one of the most savvy BMW series yet to come.For the first time, BMW has considered making some dramatic changes to the traditional design and naming structure of the car.
Change is Inevitable
BMW's most recent M model witnessed some subtle changes that redefined the brand's trademark design.The name was changed and the machine got de-cylindered for the current era car lovers. Hence, as a result, the sedan model of M series is named M3 and the convertible is known as the M4 moniker. This was done to adhere with the new naming structure i.e odd = sedan and even = coupe and convertible. Moreover, even the 4.0-liter V-8 engine had to step out for a snarling 3.0-litre twin-scroll turbo inline-6.
Comparatively, the new changes have lead to a more powerful machine featuring some specifications sounding as incredible as 425-pull and 406 lb. - Ft. of torque. This is 111 lb. - Ft. more than the past era's V-8.
You can say that there is a pinch of the trademark BMW skeleton followed by thick rubber tyres fitted with 19-inch wheels, and discretionary $8,150 carbon brakes that never loosen, and you've got yourself one of the best track racing cars as that of a GT3 racer.