Register now

The Ultimate Driving Machine

BMW Digital Showroom.Enjoy limited online exclusive deals.

The Icons Are Coming Back

Cars come and go, but legends live forever. With the upcoming launch of the all-new BMW M3 Competition and the all-new BMW M4 Competition Coupé, the BMW M line will extend its legacy of high-performance motoring with a new generation of supercars engineered to thrill.

Highlights

STUNNING DESIGN

An iconic BMW kidney grille enhances a bold M design that thrills at first glance.

ENHANCED PERFORMANCE

A carbon fibre roof with an aerodynamic fin reduces weight and drag, ensuring maximum performance on road and track alike.

PEERLESS DYNAMICS

The debuting M Drive Professional system brings the intense excitement of motorsport and racetrack-worthy dynamics to every drive.

Register your interest in the all-new BMW M3 Competition and the all-new BMW M4 Competition Coupé now, and be the first to experience these ultimate driving machines when they arrive*.

BMW Classrooms

Championing The BMW M Legacy

Today, M represents the most powerful letter in the world and the home of high performance. However, its roots extend further back than most might realise. Founded in 1972 with 35 employees, the BMW M division has since pursued its goal of creating the world’s best sports cars with relentless passion.

Building on the success of the very first M-badged model, The M1, the BMW M team subsequently launched the first iteration of the BMW M3 in 1986. Powered by a 2.3 litre, 16-valve engine capable of 195 bhp, this predecessor of The all-new M3 and The all-new M4 would go on to set the benchmark for high-performance sports cars, eventually achieving iconic status as the most successful touring car in the world.

Learn more about the history of The M3 and The M4, and discover their roles in shaping the BMW M story by viewing our curated playlist below.

*Actual product might differ from images shown. Options and features are model-dependent. This advertisement provides information on BMW products and does not constitute an offer of sale. Any sale is subject to applicable terms and conditions.