The New M4 Coupe is Built to Drift

Drifting

And these Dutch journalists get to have all the fun.

Drifting a BMW M3 (and now the M4) may have always been apopular pastime for owners and drivers, but safety features on previous generations of the car - especially the LCI E92 M3 - made it pretty much impossible to do so from astandstill. But the M4 comes with a ‘Smokey Burnout’ feature that disables active tractioncontrol systems. Combined with its Sport Plus mode, drifting basically comes standard inthe new model. The guys from Autoblog Holland were lucky enough to really putthe M4 to the ultimate burnout test.

Check out some of their happy moments in this awesome video:

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