The all-new 2015 BMW M3 is the car you wanted, and don’t say it isn’t. Don’t pass the blame, don’t dodge this bullet, and don’t duck out. Just take responsibility for what you’ve done. BMW has heard you, and now a once-magical car has become an overpowered yet somewhat distant sedan.
The BMW Group has added Ferrari’s former chief engineer Roberto Fedeli to its payroll. BMW’s announcement arrives just a few days before Ferrari goes through another significant personnel change with CEO Luca di Montezemolo officially stepping down from his post.
We already know how the 2015 BMW M4 compares with a 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray on a track, but how much power does the M4's turbocharged engine put to the ground? To find out, our colleagues at Motor Trend put the M4's four-door sibling, the 2015 BMW M3, on a dyno in southern California.