My birthday is just a week away, and now that the M3 is 35 years old I should probably diversify my 401k. Nevertheless, the M Division builds amazing machines that make you feel young again, so we're glad the 2021 BMW M4 Coupe & M3 Sedan have been officially unveiled. While the 6th generation of the M3 will be offered as a sedan and a Touring (wagon), all 3 models will rely on the legendary 3-liter straight-six with two turbos.

For those that demand the most from their ultimate driving machine, the Competition models will offer a manual transmission sending 503 horsepower and 479 lb-ft of torque to the rear wheels, with AWD coming next year. The latest version of the S58 engine has a closed deck, forged internals and wire-arc coated cylinders. The first production cars to have 3D-printed cylinder heads offer maximum torque from 2,750 to 5,500 with a redline of 7,200.

The turbos are water-cooled by an independent cooling system. An electric water pump runs after the engine is off to allow them to cool at a controlled rate. Both the transmission and engine oil have dedicated cooling systems, ensuring optimal combustion temperatures and reliability. The brakes measure 15" and the M-Sport subframes are stronger than the base model cars. Brake-by-wire and adaptive suspension are also onboard to give you an incredible driving experience. Our dealers have all the info, so click the button below and stay with us for all your BMW news.