This specially developed 2016 BMW M4 Coupe is a showcase of the F82 M4 chassis and S55 engine's potential for maximum street and track use. Using only the highest quality custom and aftermarket parts, we are excited to now offer this one of a kind vehicle for sale. The engine is equipped with a DINAN Stage 3 upgrade raising output to 575 horsepower and 560 lb-ft of torque which exits through Eisenmann Catless Downpipes and GT4 Exhaust reengineered for center fit. Specially engineered bodywork from Flossman Auto Design of Germany was fitted on this M4 which emphasizes motorsport capability for the private driver. An extensive list of suspension upgrades can be seen below but are featured by a set of JRZ RS Two Coilovers with several Fall Line Motorsports parts complimented by 20" Rear and 19" Front HRE FF01 wheels. The interior sports a body color bolt in roll bar (Fall Line Motorsports) and a beautifully finished rear seat eliminator. Isringhausen Imports is a franchise BMW and BMW Motorsport Dealer and we began this build on a brand new 2016 BMW M4 with manual transmission. To learn more about this one of a kind M4, please contact Nick Drum at 877-362-9715.
Isringhausen BMW is pleased to offer this beautiful 2017 M2 coupe in Mineral Gray. The M2 Coupe builds on the successful platform of the award winning M235i while incorporating more power, more grip, and improved overall performance figures, all with a lower curb weight. Add the aggressive BMW M styling, wide fender flares, and M Designed components such as the M Compound Brakes and Active M Differential and you have a focused sports car that any BMW enthusiast will truly appreciate.
The Active M Differential variably distributes the drive torque between the two rear wheels to optimize traction and driving stability during dynamic lane changing or accelerating out of curves, when making curves at high speeds or on roads with uneven surfaces, including on snow, gravel and ice. It even provides precise handling during extreme lateral acceleration.
M compound brakes have benefited from motorsport technology, allowing them to maintain constant effectiveness and brake-fade stabilization without diminishing the braking performance, even under demanding usage. The use of various highly resilient materials results in excellent thermal stability and long-term durability.
Critics have been effusive in their praise for the 2017 M2 coupe. Mashable.com says it's "so good, it almost defies logic," while Motor Trend magazine says it "matches a more expensive M4 Coupe in performance."
Isringhausen BMW, where you can see and compare virtually all of the 2 Series lineup including the M235i Racing.
Transmission: eight-speed automatic
Horsepower @ RPM: 335
Torque @ RPM: 369
Displacement: 3.0 L
0-60 time: 4.6 sec.
Top Speed: 155 mph (Est.)
Isringhausen Imports has received what is said to be BMW’s fastest production car to date: a 2017 M4 GTS. This track-ready but street-legal car recently completed a trip around Germany’s famous Nürburgring in 7 minutes and 28 seconds – that’s nearly 30 seconds faster than a standard M4.
The car’s twin turbocharged six-cylinder engine receives an added boost of power from an innovative water injection system, taken from the BMW M4 MotoGP Safety Car. According to carscoops.com:
“What this system does is inject a fine spray of water into the intake manifold plenum chamber (where it evaporates), significantly lowering the temperature of the intake air, which in turn, reduces the final compression temperature in the combustion chamber thus allowing for an even higher boost pressure for increased power.”
The injection system raises engine output to 493 hp, a 75-hp increase over the base model, allowing for a 0-60 mph sprint in a blistering 3.6 seconds. Top speed is 189.5 mph.
BMW’s M division also equipped the M4 GTS with a three-way adjustable M coilover suspension, an adjustable carbon fiber front splitter and rear spoiler, M Sports seats with cut-outs, and an Acid Orange roll bar mounted behind the front seats.
This special edition M4 is limited to around 700 units worldwide, with around 300 units for the US market.
Performance and Handling:
- 493 bHP and 443 lb-ft torque
- 0-60 mph in 3.6 seconds
- Top Speed: 189.5 mph
- Innovative Water Injection System from the BMW M4 MotoGP Safety Car
- 7-Speed M Double Clutch transmission with Drivelogic and steering wheel-mounted Shift Paddles
- Three-way adjustable M coilover suspension
Exterior and Interior:
- M star-spoke forged aluminum wheels in Acid Orange with Michelin Sport Cup2 tires
- Adjustable carbon fiber front splitter and rear spoiler
- Adaptive LED headlights
- Rear taillights featuring BMW Organic Light with OLED (organic light-emitting diodes) technology
- Titanium Exhaust System
- M Sports seats, including lightweight backrests with cut-outs, in Black Merino Leather with contrast stitching, Alcantara inserts and M Stripes embroidery
- 3-spoke Alcantara leather-wrapped multi-function sport steering wheel, featuring a perforated stripe in Acid Orange
- Alcantara-covered interior trim strip featuring a perforated GTS badge with Acid Orange
- Acid Orange Roll bar, made from high-strength steels and mounted behind the front seats
- Rear seat replaced by a glass-fiber-reinforced plastic shelf
- Fire extinguisher
Isringhausen BMW, one of only eight BMW Motorsports dealers in the country, is thrilled to announce the arrival of a 2016 M235i Racing. Considered a cost-effective entry-level racing car, the M235i Racing is propelled by the most powerful engine developed so far for a BMW M Performance automobile: a six-cylinder in-line engine with M Performance TwinPower Turbo technology. With a capacity of 2,979ccm, the racing version is capable of generating 333hp (245kW).
Motorsport-specific driving aids such as ABS, DSC and traction control ensure that the motorsport newcomers can handle the BMW M235i Racing surely and safely. The racing car is also fitted with features such as a mechanical limited-slip differential, air jacks, an FIA-certified rollcage, in-car fire system and ATL fuel cells. On top of this come components from the BMW M Performance Parts range, such as the rear and front spoilers, diffusor and carbon wing mirrors.
Climb behind the M Performance steering wheel, and you’re sure to notice the abundance of carbon fiber, with it appearing on the door cards, dash, console and elsewhere. Additional weight was by removing the factory seats and insulation. This is offset, of course, by the added roll cage and fuel cell. Still, the M235i Racing is about 270 lbs. lighter than its production counterpart.
The bottom line: the M235i Racing is undoubtedly a racecar, intended for off-road use only.
Max. width: 1,862mm (without mirrors)
Height: 1,380mm (without antenna)
Max. track: 1,608mm
Engine: Six-cylinder in-line
Output: 333hp (245kW)
Ok. Ok. We know it's not an "M". Let's just get that out of the way. That doesn't mean we think it shouldn't/couldn't have been.
This 2015 M3 was a very unique build both inside and out. We chose to stray from the ordinary factory BMW color list and use a paint that the F8x generation M3/M4 crowd has not seen much of. Signal Green.
Unlike the previous E92 M3’s high-revving V-8, the new S55 engine swells with torque and offers improved drivability. It may sound like an industrial air compressor at cold startup, but its full 406 lb-ft of twist hits at just 1850 rpm, with 425 horsepower peaking at 7300 versus the old V-8’s screaming 8300. Once warmed up, the aural signature goes sinister.