2021 BMW M2 Competition Coupe

What's New For the 2021 BMW M Series?

Much is new for the BMW M models in 2021, including some refreshments to the current M5, the return of the M3, and an all-new coupe called the M4. This year, the M3 makes a comeback after halting production for a brief time. The M3 is back with updated technology, including a new larger and more intuitive touchscreen interface. All the latest technology is added to the M3, including Android Auto and Apple CarPlay that is wireless for the first time. The M series adds another vehicle called the M4 in 2021. The M4 has many similarities to the other M models, but it is made in a two-door coupe body style rather than a four-door sedan. A familiar sedan, the M5, is also available this year. The M5 gets some modifications, including refreshed exterior styling on both ends. It also has some technology upgrades.

What Features Are Available for 2021?

The M model collection offers two trim levels in all body styles. Each M model has a base trim, and a higher-end trim called the Competition has some sportier features. The M3 base trim has the option of 12 paint colors. It also has the choice of 18-inch or 19-inch wheels and special high-performance tires. The mirrors are heated, and power-folding and the exterior are accessorized with Shadowline trim. The interior has BMW's signature iDrive 7.0 software, and it also sports a new 10.25-inch infotainment display.

The Competition has available carbon-fiber accents and carbon-fiber bucket seats. You can order racing seat belts as well. The M4 has full LED headlights. Laser lights are available. The Competition gets high-gloss black accents and unique carbon fiber accents, along with a glossy black rear spoiler. The M5 base sedan has a 12.3-inch touchscreen interface that supports wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. A damping calibration and shock absorbers are added to the Competition this year. The M5 Competition also has new leather and suede seats.

2021 BMW M Series Interior

How Well Does the 2021 BMW M Series Perform?

The M3 and M4 have the same standard engines, which are assigned to the different trim levels. The M3 is equipped with a base engine that produces 473 HP. With the Competition, you'll get an S58 engine capable of producing over 500 HP and nearly 480 LB-FT of torque. The M5 has a V8 that produces 600 HP.

2021 M Series Safety Technologies

Forward collision mitigation is a standard safety aid, along with Evasion Aid, blind-spot detection, lane-keeping assistant, and adaptive cruise control.

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