HOT on the heels of the latest BMW M3 Saloon and M4 Coupé — both revealed at Detroit at the start of the year — details of the M4 Convertible are now released, the fifth-generation high-performance open-top car of its kind from the company’s M division.
Powered by the same 431hp in-line six-cylinder engine as the M3 Saloon and M4 Coupé, the Convertible offers the option of a six-speed manual or seven-speed M Double Clutch transmission. The M4 Convertible exhibits all the hallmarks of a car created by BMW’s high-performance specialists — lightweight engineering, carefully honed aerodynamics, advanced race-derived chassis tuning and electronic driver assistance technologies and a sporty profile.
The M4 Convertible will be offered with an extensive specification in the UK. Standard equipment, in addition to Adaptive M suspension and 19in M light alloy wheels will include the BMW Professional media package, upgraded Bluetooth and USB, front and rear Park Distance Control Folding and heated front seats. The M4 Convertible goes on sale in the UK on September 6 priced at £60,730 OTR.