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?
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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.
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