With excellent power and handling, the 2015 BMW M4 makes for an intense ride on backroads and will really shine on the track, but it falls short on comfort for day-to-day transportation.
At the New York auto show, BMW presented the all-new M4 with a retractable hard top.
The 28-inch display rocks an ergonomic deign with an array of connections and starts at $799 -- low for ultra-high definition monitor.
The PSB M4U 1 delivers first-class audiophile sound at home or on-the-go with your mobile device.
The PSB Speakers M4U 2 Active Noise Cancelling Headphones combine above-average noise cancellation with excellent sound quality that's well worth the price for dedicated audiophiles looking to eliminate ambient noise.
So far, the Crucial m4 offers the best value among SSDs. Though it's not the fastest, it's by far the most affordable among its peers.
A fine follow-up to last year's M3xx series, the Canon Vixia M4xx series should please most home-movie-oriented videographers despite its relatively high price. If you don't need the EVF, the M400 is your best buy, but if you'll be shooting a lot in sunlight, it's worth it to step up to the M41.
Brian Cooley shows you why a 2015 M4 is the essence of a BMW hot rod.
The M4 carries BMW's new idea forward that two-door cars get even-numbered model names, but retains the high performance of its M3 roots.
The M3 coupé is no more, in name at least. Now the M4 has arrived and is trying to pick up where its predecessor left off as the car of choice for BMW fans. We took this latest M car out for a spin to see if it can live up to our expectations.