BMW M4 0-60 Times
These are the latest BMW M4 0-60 times and 1/4 mile times taken from reputable car magazine sources such as Car and Driver, MotorTrend and Road & Track. There are many reasons why 0-60 times and 1/4 mile times can vary including the driver, weather conditions, wear and tear on the vehicle during test, and more. By giving you a list of all BMW M4 0-60 times and quarter mile times, you can get a general idea of what performance numbers are achievable with BMW M4 for all model years available in our database.
|Trim||Engine||Drive Type||Trans.||0-60||1/4 Mile||Mpg EPA C/H/Observed||Source|
2022 BMW M4
|Competition xDrive Coupe||3.0L Twin-Turbo I-6||AWD||8A||2.8 sec||11.0 sec @ 125 mph||16/22/22 mpg||Car and Driver|
2021 BMW M4
|Coupe||3.0L Twin-Turbo I-6||RWD||6M||3.8 sec||12.0 sec @ 121 mph||16/23/17 mpg||Car and Driver|
|Coupe||3.0L Twin-Turbo I-6||RWD||6M||4.2 sec||12.4 sec @ 117.6 mph||16/23/---- mpg||Motor Trend|
2019 BMW M4
|CS Coupe||3.0L Twin-Turbo I-6||RWD||7A||3.7 sec||12.0 sec @ 121 mph||17/23/---- mpg||Car and Driver|
|CS Coupe||3.0L Twin-Turbo I-6||RWD||7A||3.6 sec||11.8 sec @ 121 mph||17/23/---- mpg||Road & Track|
2017 BMW M4
|Competition Package Coupe||3.0L Twin-Turbo I-6||RWD||7A||4.0 sec||12.1 sec @ 118 mph||17/24/21 mpg||Motor Week|
2016 BMW M4
|Competition Package Coupe||3.0L Twin-Turbo I-6||RWD||7A||3.8 sec||12.1 sec @ 119 mph||17/24/20 mpg||Car and Driver|
|GTS Coupe||3.0L Twin-Turbo I-6||RWD||7A||3.8 sec||12.1 sec @ 118.8 mph||16/23/---- mpg||Motor Trend|
|GTS Coupe||3.0L Twin-Turbo I-6||RWD||7A||3.5 sec||11.7 sec @ 121 mph||16/23/---- mpg||Road & Track|
2015 BMW M4
|Convertible||3.0L Twin-Turbo I-6||RWD||6M||4.1 sec||12.4 sec @ 113 mph||17/26/19 mpg||Car and Driver|
|Coupe||3.0L Twin-Turbo I-6||RWD||7A||3.7 sec||12.0 sec @ 119 mph||17/24/20 mpg||Car and Driver|
|Coupe||3.0L Twin-Turbo I-6||RWD||7A||3.9 sec||12.1 sec @ 119 mph||17/24/22 mpg||Car and Driver|
|Coupe||3.0L Twin-Turbo I-6||RWD||6M||4.1 sec||12.4 sec @ 117 mph||17/26/19 mpg||Car and Driver|
|Coupe||3.0L Twin-Turbo I-6||RWD||7A||4.0 sec||12.2 sec @ 117.8 mph||17/24/---- mpg||Motor Trend|
|Coupe||3.0L Twin-Turbo I-6||RWD||6M||4.2 sec||12.5 sec @ 116.5 mph||17/26/---- mpg||Motor Trend|
|Coupe||3.0L Twin-Turbo I-6||RWD||7A||4.1 sec||12.1 sec @ 118 mph||17/24/---- mpg||Motor Week|
|Coupe||3.0L Twin-Turbo I-6||RWD||6M||3.9 sec||12.3 sec @ 114.9 mph||17/26/---- mpg||Road & Track|
|Dinan S1 Coupe||3.0L Twin-Turbo I-6||RWD||7A||3.8 sec||12.0 sec @ 122 mph||----/----/22 mpg||Car and Driver|
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March 29, 2015 at 7:05 pm
“The M4 weighs about the same as its predecessor”
WRONG….it weighs a staggering 180lb less, 230lb less if manual.
April 2, 2015 at 4:11 pm
Thanks for the comment bmwguru. It depends on how its spec’ed out with regards to features and optional packages, but you are correct, the base models do seem to differ around 200 lbs. and thus I have modified the article to reflect that.
February 24, 2016 at 6:33 pm
Do not buy a manual, opt for the auto. When I bought mine the dealer told me they can’t sell the M4 with a manual transmission. The 7 speed auto is excellent, besides I have driven many BMWs and surprisingly always found the manual gearbox “clunky” compared to rivals. My mate has an M3 V8 Coupe and I can see the appeal but my M4 never fails to put a smile on my face!