BMW isn’t the only company that’s on the hunt for more gas-free vehicles. Diesel has been one of the most talked-about topics in recent years.
The “dieselgate” scandal involving Volkswagen and its use of “defeat device” software was a watershed moment for the car industry.
It caused some automakers to shelve plans for diesel models altogether. Once the dust settled, however, the battle lines had shifted; diesel models were no longer viewed as inherently bad but simply as a technology that needed refinement.
In 2014, BMW introduced the 4 Series, a mid-size sedan that has been a significant hit with car enthusiasts and critics alike, and it looks like they aren’t stopping there.
At the 2016 Detroit auto show, BMW announced the all-new 2018 4 Series Coupe – fittingly called the 4 Series Convertible – which is a concept car with the design of the 4 Series Coupe but with the rear end of the new BMW M4 Coupe.
BMW has been known to make their cars and their cars’ interiors, their cars’ engines, and even their cars’ dealerships. They seem to understand how to make customers happy by continuously creating the auto industry better.
While the BMW i8 was a sleek, electric sports car, the BMW M2 Competition was a more powerful road-going version of the same car.
Fitted with a 3.0-liter turbocharged engine, M2 Competition faired just as well on the track as it did on the road.
If you want a car capable of racing, but you don’t want to compromise on comfort or performance, the BMW M2 Competition is a perfect choice.
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