Since 1972, BMW M models have continued to impress with unmatched power and precision. Initially embraced as the racing line, the M models offer a wide range of performance and driving expertise. But what makes a BMW M model a M model? Well, it turns out there’s a variety of definitions for the highly coveted letter.
Ranging from the M2 up to the M6, the BMW M models deliver a host of performance options. The hierarchy climbs from the starting 365 horsepower engines up to a staggering 560 horsepower level at the top. The base model M2 begins with an impressive TwinScroll Turbo engine that boosts the 0-60 MPH radar in the range of 3.9-4.2 seconds.
The BMW M models hold true to the German icon’s design roots. The elegant lines, premium leather options, and enhanced wheel driving systems are all present. From the M2 to the M6, the BMW styling continuously places the M models into a luxury class on their own. The M4 and M6 both come available in convertible forms, and coupes are obtainable in the 2,4, and 6. We won’t go into every detail about the trim levels, but from the base models up, the luxury extends beyond expectation.
- M2: begins at $51,700. Base M2 Coupe available
- M3: begins at $64,000. Base M3 Sedan available
- M4: begins at $66,200. Base M4 Coupe and M4 Convertible available
- M5: begins at $94,100. Base M5 Sedan available
- M6: begins at $113,700. Base M6 Coupe, M6 Gran Coupe, and M6 Convertible available