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در April - 23 - 2017

The BMW M4 CS Is a Glorified M4 for Suckers with Fat Wallets

So finally unveiled the Big whoop! I simply cannot get excited about this glorified And here’s why.

While the M4 is a great that’s capable of great things on both the road and the track, it’s still far from being the iconic coupe we all love. There are many reasons for that, but I’ll keep it short and mention the one that’s bugging me the most: it’s too damn heavy. This thing weighs nearly 3,500 pounds, only some 50 pounds lighter than the lightest version of the Let me say that again: 50 pounds lighter than a four-door that’s significantly longer.

So the M4 CS is a tad lighter (but not light enough for BMW to add the “L” for “lightweight” to the “CS” badge), the engine boasts an extra 35 horsepower, and it’s a tenth-second quicker to 60 mph. Let’s say it’s not that bad given how difficult it is to make performance cars increasingly quicker nowadays, but for all of the above, you have to pay the equivalent of an M4 and a half. So 35 horsepower, a tenth-second, a carbon splitter, and a decklid spoiler for an extra $30,000+ over the base price of an M4.

How is this possible? What kind of deal is this?

Keep reading for the full story.



The BMW M4 CS Is a Glorified M4 for Suckers with Fat Wallets

So finally unveiled the Big whoop! I simply cannot get excited about this glorified And here’s why.

While the M4 is a great that’s capable of great things on both the road and the track, it’s still far from being the iconic coupe we all love. There are many reasons for that, but I’ll keep it short and mention the one that’s bugging me the most: it’s too damn heavy. This thing weighs nearly 3,500 pounds, only some 50 pounds lighter than the lightest version of the Let me say that again: 50 pounds lighter than a four-door that’s significantly longer.

So the M4 CS is a tad lighter (but not light enough for BMW to add the “L” for “lightweight” to the “CS” badge), the engine boasts an extra 35 horsepower, and it’s a tenth-second quicker to 60 mph. Let’s say it’s not that bad given how difficult it is to make performance cars increasingly quicker nowadays, but for all of the above, you have to pay the equivalent of an M4 and a half. So 35 horsepower, a tenth-second, a carbon splitter, and a decklid spoiler for an extra $30,000+ over the base price of an M4.

How is this possible? What kind of deal is this?

Keep reading for the full story.


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The BMW M4 CS Is a Glorified M4 for Suckers with Fat Wallets

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