Joe Achilles, a British self-media person who is keen on M car reviews, got the latest M4 (G82) and gained the following experience after driving a thousand miles:
The color of the vehicle is outer Danquan stone blue (optional), and inner silver lime M bucket seat (optional).
Tanzanite blue is the editor’s favorite blue. It will change color with different illuminance, but it is super intolerant to dirt.
Unless you wipe it every day, you are embarrassed to see people.
Carbon fiber trim is optional in the car,
but you need to weigh it before you choose the M carbon fiber bucket seat-yes,
the support and wrapping are invincible, the M logo is super cool,
the sitting posture is extremely low,
and the long distance comfort is good,
but Is the saddle in the middle acceptable?
For the driver, the problem is not big-the legs are naturally separated when driving, the left foot is on the rest pedal, the right foot controls the accelerator and the brake, and the middle bulge helps to fix the thigh. The co-pilot is another scene, especially the co-pilot is a female companion.
The review editor’s wife complained that she could only use one sitting position throughout the entire process, and the bulge in the middle made it impossible to lean her legs to one side (a common sitting position for women). The towering flanks on both sides of the bucket seat are also a problem for the driver. In less than a week, the silverstone Alcantara was forcibly rubbed into the denim of jeans:
The use of eight-speed ZF instead of dual-clutch is criticized for not being “M” enough. The reviewer admits that it lacks personality and has no sense of flesh and blood; but it improves comfort and the shift logic is impeccable. ZF incense.
Excellent cornering, sharp exit and high limit, partly due to the Michelin PS2 performance tires of the first 275/35 R19-non-run-flat tires, so the comfort and grip are better than BMW’s usual run-flat tires .
The fuel consumption is unexpectedly good, and the cruising speed is maintained at 1500RPM. Mixed with country roads and race tracks,
the fuel consumption is only 26MPG (Imperial miles per gallon, 11 liters per 100 kilometers); a gentler drive, fuel consumption can be as low as 40MPG (7 liters per 100 kilometers).
Combined with a large fuel tank, it can be called a small long-distance expert.
The back row is extremely aggrieved, and the space performance is even worse than the previous generation (F82). The slip-back shape of the two-door coupe makes the rear seat easy to head, and the rear seat cannot be seated by adults.
The above is just a preliminary impression, Joe Achilles promised to express more in-depth driving experience. Some readers responded that he was driving the Royal Mail car that appeared at 14 minutes and 14 seconds of the evaluation video. He didn’t have a cold with the new M4. After seeing the real car, the grass grew.