In a world now dominated by 700 HP+ supercars and 1,500 HP hypercars, the likes of the BMW M3/M4 can sometimes get overlooked.
These days, you’re not intimidating anybody by showing up to a drag strip in something like this Signal Green M4 Coupe; but then again, BMW never intended for it to be raced on a straight line.
In the cabin, there are carbon fiber inserts and an Alcantara trim on the steering wheel and handbrake lever, along with green stitching on the seats, door panels, arm rest, upper and lower dashboard. Overall, BMW interiors don’t come much sportier than this, unless you’re sitting inside a genuine DTM car and everything’s been stripped out.
As far as performance is concerned, this car should still be in stock condition. This means that it puts out 431 PS and 550 Nm (405 lb-ft) of torque, which help it get from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in as little as 4.1 seconds, so it’s still quick enough to keep up with its direct rivals, the Audi RS5 Coupe and the Mercedes-AMG C63 Coupe.