After the new BMW M3 Competition and M4 Competition were launched in Taiwan, they have both passionate control and daily use of the car style. They are loved by car fans and have been ranked as the sales champion of cars in the same class. Now, the new BMW M3 Competition M xDrive and M4 Competition M xDrive are coming on stage with more powerful performance, more agile body and more precise control. The new M xDrive sports car-like adjustable four-wheel drive system was first applied to the BMW M mid-size performance car segment. The power transmission control system specially tuned and designed by BMW M GmbH accurately distributes power to the four wheels according to driving needs, showing the BMW M3 The Competition and M4 Competition M xDrive have excellent grip and acceleration performance. It only takes 3.5 seconds to accelerate from a standstill to 100 km/h, which is 0.4 seconds faster than rear-drive models.
Designed forBMW MTailor-madeM xDriveSports car-like adjustable four-wheel drive system
The M xDrive sportscar-like adjustable four-wheel drive system was first used in the BMW M3 Competition and M4 Competition. The power transmission control system carefully tuned by BMW M GmbH provides a new and attractive car purchase in addition to the original rear-drive performance car. choose. The M xDrive sports car-like adjustable four-wheel drive system is composed of BMW xDrive intelligent variable four-wheel drive system and M sports differential. Through a central control element like the central nervous system, it can actively detect driving conditions and tire grip. , Quickly and flexibly distribute the engine power to the front or rear axle, so that the vehicle can maintain a comfortable and stable dynamic performance regardless of whether the vehicle is driving on a slippery muddy road or in an intense handling state. The M xDrive sports car-like adjustable four-wheel drive system and the M sports differential combine the M exclusive traction control system and the DSC dynamic stability control system to accurately determine the interaction of the current driving situation, allowing the driver to enjoy a consistent experience. While M Power is powered, with enhanced traction control, you can experience unprecedented driving pleasure.
The Transfer Case uses an electronically controlled multi-disc clutch to flexibly and smoothly distribute the power to the front and rear axles according to road conditions; the optimized multi-disc clutch fuel supply system allows the vehicle to be controlled hard even on the track It can still transmit power distribution efficiently and maintain the most comfortable and balanced driving state. The M sports differential actively locks the rear wheel differential to distribute 0-100% torque to the left and right. The M sports differential will intervene during rapid acceleration, dynamic cornering driving, rear wheel skidding and even oversteer. Maintain the best grip and body stability, and the handling performance is self-evident. The power output of the new BMW M3 Competition and M4 Competition M xDrive is mainly rear-wheel drive. When the system determines that the rear wheels are about to slip and lose their effect, the power will be quickly transmitted to the front wheels to increase tracking.
The M xDrive sportscar-like adjustable four-wheel drive system and M sports differential elevate the power output, handling stability and vehicle agility of the new BMW M3 Competition and M4 Competitio to a higher level, while also creating a more excellent acceleration and sprint performance , BMW M3 Competition and M4 Competition M xDrive accelerate from standstill to 100 km/h in just 3.5 seconds, which is 0.4 seconds faster than rear-drive models.
Personalization M xDriveMode setting Ride as you wish redefine
The M xDrive sports car-like adjustable four-wheel drive system can adjust the drive mode according to the driving situation and personal preferences. Three different power transmissions can be freely selected from the M Set Up vehicle dynamic settings: the default 4WD four-wheel drive mode, which is classic in BMW Under the rear-wheel drive setting, it provides maximum traction and precise control, taking into account the dynamic performance of safety and body stability; when switching to 4WD Sport sports four-wheel drive mode, you can feel that more power will be distributed to the rear wheels, and the control is more Sensitive, the rear of the car can slip slightly when cornering, providing more driving pleasure; when experienced drivers want to experience the intense adrenaline driving, turn off the DSC dynamic stability control system and enable the 2WD rear-wheel drive mode, The vehicle will only provide rear-wheel drive power without the intervention of electronic assistance systems. At this time, it is equipped with a ten-stage M traction control system, allowing the driver to gradually master the powerful power output of M3 Competition and M4 Competition M xDrive, and enjoy the rear end of the car in a curve. The thrill of arbitrarily sliding; the M professional track driving and flick analysis system records and analyzes the seconds of each sliding flick or track lap, which improves the control skills and at the same time feels the incisive and incisive atmosphere of the BMW M.
The driver can save the favorite M xDrive mode in the red M vehicle dynamic setting shortcut keys (M1/M2) on both sides of the M exclusive multifunctional leather steering wheel, and memorize two sets of personalized driving dynamic settings according to the needs of use, such as the DSC dynamic stability control system , M xDrive mode, engine response, shock absorber damping, steering system and braking functions, freely and flexibly define the best personal control state.
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