BMW trolls journalists with teasers on updated M3 and M4July 4, 2020
After the journalists highlighted the previously published teaser images of the high-performance BMW M3 and M4 2021 model years, they managed to see the message from the company’s employees.
At the beginning of this month, BMW published teaser images of the updated M3 and M4 – only the silhouettes of high-performance new products were visible in the pictures – the cars were dimly illuminated by LED lamps.
But as it turned out, not everything is so simple. The reporters of the reputable BMWBlog have been found in these images.
After changing the light level of the presented photos, on the back of the new M3 (index G80), Nice Try was visible, which means “good try.”
This inscription is located on top of the right rear light group, while near the revised LED headlights of the updated M4 G82 is the word Nope or “no.”
Honestly, it made us smile on our faces, because the Bavarian brand provided for an attempt by journalists to see more in published teasers. These brightened images of the long-awaited new products coincide with our assumptions about how the serial versions of the updated M3 and M4 will look.
The BMW M3 and M4 2021 model years will be presented simultaneously in September. It is known that at the moment, the automaker is conducting final tests of these cars. Most of the tests will be conducted on the Nurburgring race track, but some subtle changes will be made on the Saxenring track.
Both cars will be available at Bavarian brand dealerships later this year, however, according to recent reports, dealers will receive them at the beginning of 2021.
Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that the tuner introduced a version of the BMW X3 M for the perfect drift. This version of the high-performance Bavarian crossover has a rear-wheel drive mode, making the car well suited for drifting. So far, the tuner is testing a new feature.
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