2022 BMW M3 and M4 Competition M xDrive Now in Malaysia: AWD G80 and G82 Pricing Starts at RM771k-RM791k

2022 BMW M3 and M4 Competition M xDrive Now in Malaysia: AWD G80 and G82 Pricing Starts at RM771k-RM791k

BMW Malaysia today released a new price list, which included the recently launched car Face lift X3 And the X4. But it turns out that there are two new models quietly introduced – and G80 M3 and G82 M4 Competition M xDrivefour-wheel drive version of The high-performance sedan and coupe in Munich.

Adding full traction to the M3 and M4 wouldn’t be cheap – M xDrive variants are RM100,000 higher than their rear-wheel-drive counterparts, at their price. 770,791 MYR for four doors and 791,168 Malaysian Ringgit For the two doors. That’s with a standard 2-year unlimited mileage warranty; Throw in a five-year warranty and service package and balloon numbers 800731 MYR And the RM821508 Straight.

Those prices, in case you’re wondering, actually include a 50% sales and service tax (SST) discount for all-import vehicles, and are valid until June 30. After that, M xDrive cars will be retailed at RM797860 And the 818860 MYRor 827800 MYR And the Malaysian ringgit With five years of warranty and service included.

All that extra money buys you a purpose-built, rear-biased M xDrive system derived from the M5 and M8, featuring a multi-plate electronic clutch for variable torque distribution. Drivers can choose from three distinct driveline modes – 4WD for maximum traction, 4WD Sport for more rear bias and 2WD for smoked Keiichi Tsuchiya style drift with stability control off.

M xDrive models also come with a custom transfer box control unit and integrated wheel slip control. This allows cars to quickly compensate for differences in front-to-rear wheel speed without any DSC intervention to reduce power – even though the components of the AWD system and the Active Rear Differential Torque Vectoring are linked to the DSC system.

Unique to the M xDrive variants is a double-joint spring-strut front axle, model-specific front axle geometry and a specially tuned steering ratio. All-wheel drive models also get an on-demand engine oil supply system to handle high-performance driving.

The M xDrive models are only available in Best Dog competition format, which is already the standard spec for the Malaysian market. This means that the S58’s 3.0-liter twin-turbo engine produces 510 horsepower at 6250 rpm and 650 Nm of torque from 2750 to 5500 rpm, and is channeled via an eight-speed M Steptronic automatic gearbox to all four wheels. .

Equipped with the M3 and M4 Competition M xDrive sprints from zero to 100 km/h in just 3.5 seconds, four-tenths faster than their rear-wheel drive counterparts. Top speed remains electronically limited to 250 km/h, or 290 km/h with the optional M Driver’s Package.

So far, BMW Malaysia has not released any information on specifications and equipment. However, the RM100k is a huge premium to the all-wheel drive franchise – especially since the option costs only €4,000 (RM19,000) in Europe – so expect the M xDrive models to receive a good deal of additional equipment as standard.

These cars will likely come with the Innovation Package, which costs RM66,000 and adds things like laser headlights, a head-up display and a Harman Kardon audio system. Additionally, the M3 and M4 models – including both RWD models – are finally equipped as standard in Malaysia with Driving Assistant, which adds independent emergency braking, lane-keep assist and blind spot monitoring. This was previously only offered either as part of an innovation package or as a separate cost option.

Photo gallery: G80 BMW M3 and G82 M4 M xDrive competition photos


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