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6th Generation BMW M3 & M4 Lands in New Zealand.

The highly-anticipated, all-new BMW M3 Competition Sedan and BMW M4 Competition Coupé have landed in New Zealand in spectacular style.

2021 BMW M3 and M4 NZ

The Isle of Man Green M3 Competition Sedan and Sao Paulo Yellow M4 Competition Coupé
emerged from matching decorated containers carried in via Black Hawk helicopters, and
showcased their dynamic abilities on closed runways at the North Shore Aerodrome to a
small group of invited guests.

2021 BMW M3 and M4 NZ

Following a short presentation from BMW New Zealand, professional drivers then took
guests on taxi rides on the closed course, specifically designed to showcase the dynamic
abilities of the two high performance machines.

Available exclusively in New Zealand as top-spec Competition variants, both vehicles are
powered by a six-cylinder in-line engine with M TwinPower Turbo technology. Imbued with
motorsport-derived DNA, both cars feature impressive performance, accelerating from 0 –
100km/h in 3.9 seconds and from 0-200kms/h in 12.5 seconds.

2021 BMW M3 and M4 NZ

The new BMW M3 Competition Sedan and new BMW M4 Competition Coupé redefine
performance benchmarks and set themselves apart via visually-expressive design and
provide that signature M dual-personality on road and track.

2021 BMW M3 and M4 NZ

Karol Abrasowicz-Madej, Managing Director of BMW New Zealand: “BMW M fans in
New Zealand have been waiting with eager anticipation for these models to reach our
shores. Deeply rooted in motorsport, the BMW M3 and M4 Competition are prime examples
of the technology transfer from racing to series production and the Competition variant will
deliver the highest levels of performance.”

2021 BMW M3 and M4 NZ

BMW M3 Competition and M4 Competition pricing: BMW M3 Competition Sedan $168,900, BMW M4 Competition Coupé $172,900 (both RRP includes GST, but excludes on-road and delivery costs).

2021 BMW M3 and M4 NZ

Standard Specification: BMW 3.0-litre M TwinPower Turbo inline six-cylinder petrol engine 375kW/650Nm, 0 – 100km/h: 3.9s, 8-speed Steptronic Sport automatic transmission, Active M Differential, Adaptive M Suspension, BMW Head-Up Display, BMW Individual Lights Shadow Line, BMW Laserlight, Comfort Access incl. BMW Digital Key, Connected Package Professional incl. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, ConnectedDrive services, Driving Assistant Professional, Full leather ‘Merino’ upholstery, Harman / Kardon surround sound system, Interior trim finishers ‘Carbon Fibre’, Live Cockpit Professional w/ M Drive Professional mode, M Compound Brakes, Blue with M lettering, M Sport Seats w/ Seat Heating, Electric adjustment with memory and M Seat belts, Parking Assistant Plus, Tyre pressure indicator, Tyre repair kit, Wireless smartphone charging.

Dave McLeodhttps://aws.tarmaclife.co.nz
New Zealand motoring editor/journalist and published author. Besotted with cars and the experiences they give. I'm a family guy with a bark that's bigger than my bite and prefer football over rugby any day of any week.

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