The M4 was introduced in 2015 as the two-door alternative to the four-door M3, also new in 2015. Based off the 4 series coupe, the M4 has a sleek, sporty design, wide frame, and a variety of aluminum touches on its body and chassis. Power is a major seller; the M4 houses a turbocharged 3-liter 6-cylinder engine that puts out 426 horsepower.
Although some fans will be disappointed that the traditional V8 has been replaced with fewer cylinders, the six is no slouch when it comes to speed and strength. In addition to an ample supply of standard and optional luxury features, the M4 also gets points for excellent handling and a smooth ride. It can go from weekday commuter vehicle to weekend sports car with ease, and an available convertible model makes it that much more fun on the road.