The upcoming M4 GT3 will hit the track in 2022 and be heavily based on the road-going model.
Rumor has it that BMW will unveil the next-gen M3, M4 Coupe and M4 Convertible in late 2020.
Kubica’s BMW ties date back to his Sauber days, and he could get a seat if he performs at the Jerez test.
The 2021 BMW M3 will also be offered with all-wheel drive and a traditional automatic transmission too.
The soft top returns and BMW throws all-wheel drive into the mix.
The next-gen M3 and M4 will be powered by a new twin-turbo, 3.0-liter inline-six with up to 503 HP in Competition spec.
Pricing for the extremely limited edition M4 starts at AUD $167,529, with deliveries scheduled for early 2020.
The BMW M4 Convertible will use the company’s latest twin-turbo 3.0-liter straight-six with up to 503 hp.
BMW will produce just 750 examples of the special edition, which sports exclusive colors and extra gear but no mechanical changes.
BMW will continue to cater to enthusiastic owners who want to row their own gears in their M cars.
The next-gen BMW M3 and M4 will continue with a 3.0-liter twin turbo straight-six.
Even the BMW driver’s pit crew found the incident to be quite funny, .