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If the new, fifth-generation BMW M4 has any chance whatsoever of being remembered as one of the great M cars, then it will need to step up, right from the word go, and face the mighty but no longer cutting-edge Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG.

 

Because if the new twin-turbocharged M4 can’t level with the big-hearted but now seven-year-old C63 on broadly equal terms, it will surely be classed – in M car terms, at least – as a dud.

But before we delve any deeper into the nitty-gritty of how the £56,635 M4 stacks up beside the £57k C63 – tested here in rather more expensive 507 limited-edition guise, costing more than £67k – what’s the difference between the new M4 and its more familiar-sounding cousin, the latest M3? And what does it bring to the table with which to counteract the raw potency of the C63 AMG?



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