Electric and hybrid models are part of BMW M's plan, and the company is focusing on the latter today.

A modified i4 powered by a quad-motor powertrain has been tested by M's new drive and chassis control systems.

This gives the i4 test vehicle all-wheel drive and precise torque control. Each motor powers a wheel.

Drivers will experience entirely new performance characteristics with the M xDrive quad-motor powertrain.

Accelerator pedal position, steering angle, longitudinal and lateral acceleration, wheel speed are all used in calculating the needed power.

During on-road testing at BMW M, the powertrain was discovered to have a remarkable cornering speed advantage.

Throughout the past 50 years, BMW M has been synonymous with iconic characteristics.

A few modifications were made to the i4 M50 for the BMW test vehicle.

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