BMW's M4 is a two-door version of the M3, which has four doors… and used to have two doors.
Confused? Don’t be; under the skin the two cars are all but identical in both mechanical specification and temperament. Launched in 2014, the two-door, four-seat M4 is powered by a twin-turbo in-line six that can produce up to 331kW in 'Competition' spec, and can be had with either a six-speed manual for the purists or a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission that sends power to the rear wheels only. The M4 (base) is offered in a lower cost, more focused version priced at $144,615 while 25 versions of the supercar-baiting racetrack special known as the M4 GTS were snapped up before landing in Australia in 2016 - despite the $295,000 price tag.