What was once known as the BMW 3 Series coupe and convertible became the newly named BMW 4 Series starting in 2014. So naturally, the change also produced the addictively athletic BMW M4, crafted by the automaker’s high-performance M division. For 2021, BMW debuted the second-generation M4, and for the first time, the model offered an available all-wheel-drive system. A smooth and sophisticated twin-turbocharged six-cylinder provides the motive force, adding a little extra power when optioned with the Competition package. Some might have a problem with the latest M4’s controversial grille design, but you won’t notice it as you point the car’s nose toward your favorite twisty road and a rewarding driving experience.