The 2015 BMW M4 carries on a long tradition of fun-to-drive German sports coupes, even if it wears a slightly different badge. But does it really belong in the company of cars like the E30, the E36, and the E92 M3?
It does now.
Drifting around an assembly of 37 enthusiast-owned BMW M3s of previous generations—arranged rather conveniently into an ///M shape, the M4 shows its stuff—and sounds pretty incredible in the process.
Is there a point to this video? Not really. But for fans of the M Division, it’s well worth watching anyway.