The Best new BMW M4 Coupé, And BMW M4 Convertible 2024


BMW has upgraded their popular midsize cars, the BMW M4 Coupé and Convertible, to be even better. They’ve added more power, sleeker designs, new ways to customize your car, and the latest digital features. These upgrades make the cars feel even more like high-performance race cars.

Specifically, the BMW M4 Competition Coupé with M xDrive now has a 15 kW/20 hp increase in power (fuel consumption combined: 10.1 – 10.0 /100 km; CO2 emissions combined: 229 – 226 g/km according to WLTP), while the BMW M4 Competition Convertible with M xDrive has a similar boost (fuel consumption combined: 10.3 – 10.2 l/ 100 km; CO2 emissions combined: 233 – 231 g/km according to WLTP).

Additionally, both models feature new headlights, laser tail lights, M forged light-alloy wheels with a new design, updated steering wheels, and interior trims. Furthermore, they come with the latest BMW Operating System 8.5. These improvements mark the highlights of BMW’s efforts to enhance their cars for the model year 2024.

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The straight six-cylinder engine with M TwinPower Turbo Technology will soon come in three power levels. Still unmatched in competition is the pairing of the 353 kW/480 hp version of the engine with a 6-speed manual transmission in the new BMW M4 Coupé (fuel consumption combined: 10.1 – 10.0 l/ 100 km; CO2 emissions combined: 230 – 226 g/km according to WLTP).

In the new BMW M4 Competition Coupé (fuel consumption combined: 9.9 – 9.7 l/ 100 km; CO2 emissions combined: 223 – 219 g/km according to WLTP), the engine produces up to 375 kW/510 hp, using an 8-speed M Steptronic transmission with Drivelogic. With M xDrive in the all-wheel-drive versions of both the Coupé and Convertible, power is now boosted to 390 kW/530 hp, ensuring impressive driving dynamics.

Thanks to these changes, the high-performance cars in the premium midsize category are set to maintain their popularity in global markets and strengthen their position in the segment. The USA is the largest market for the M4 Coupé, followed by China, Germany, and the UK. In the USA, the M4 Convertible leads in sales. Additionally, the convertible is popular in Germany and the UK. Globally and in each market, M4 Series models dominate as market leaders.

The new M4 Coupé and Convertible are made at the BMW Group Dingolfing plant. Production will start in March 2024, followed by the worldwide launch of the new models.

Straight six-cylinder racing-inspired:

Engine with six straight cylinders using racing-inspired technology and updated performance specifications.

The straight six-cylinder engines found in the latest M4 Coupé and Convertible blend the hallmark high-revving traits typical of BMW M GmbH engines with the latest advancements in M TwinPower Turbo Technology. All configurations of the 3-liter engine deliver prompt power delivery and robust torque across the entire rev range. These characteristics contribute to the distinctive and consistent performance that has always defined BMW M vehicles.

The engine’s design draws inspiration from racing, incorporating elements like a rigid crankcase, lightweight forged crankshaft, and cylinder liners with an iron coating manufactured using advanced techniques such as arc wire spraying. Utilizing 3D printing, the cylinder head core optimizes the flow of coolant for improved weight and temperature management. Additionally, both the cooling and oil systems are tailored to meet the demands of high-performance track usage.

The M TwinPower Turbo Technology package includes twin-scroll turbochargers, indirect intercooling, and a high-pressure fuel injection system for precise power delivery. Variable valve and camshaft control further enhance overall performance.

The maximum power output of the straight six-cylinder engine in both the new M4 Competition Coupé and Convertible with M xDrive has been increased from 375 kW/510 hp to 390 kW/530 hp at 6,250 rpm. Torque peaks at 650 Nm between 2,750 and 5,730 rpm, ensuring smoother and more consistent power delivery, particularly during dynamic driving situations. This enhanced performance is achieved through adjustments to the engine control system, showcasing the engine’s inherent capabilities.

Acceleration from 0 to 62 mph in the M4 Competition Coupé with M xDrive takes just 3.5 seconds, while the M4 Competition Convertible with M xDrive achieves the same feat in 3.7 seconds. Both models boast an electronically limited top speed of 155 mph, which can be extended to 174 mph with the optional M Driver’s Package for the Convertible or 180 mph respectively

Modern design accents :

Modern design accents
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The updated headlights give the front appearance of both the latest M4 Coupé and Convertible a contemporary aesthetic. The interior of the LED headlights, now standard, is notably restructured for enhanced distinction and functionality.

The same LED module now produces both low and high beams, while two vertically aligned LED units serve as position lights, daytime running lights, and indicators, arranged in an arrowhead configuration. This technology-driven design imbues the vehicles with a sleek and forward-looking appearance.

Optional adaptive LED headlights with anti-glare matrix high beam are distinguishable by their blue accents and offer urban and cornering light functionalities. The urban light function optimally illuminates roadside areas in low-speed urban environments identified by navigation data, while the low beam is activated at speeds exceeding 22 mph.

Additionally, the adaptive LED headlights can be paired with M Shadow Line lights, featuring dark accents for a visually striking effect.

Furthermore, the adaptive LED headlights complement the visually and technologically impressive design of the LED taillights, available across all models of the M4 Series. These taillights incorporate laser technology and intricate light graphics, with laser diodes providing uniform illumination of glass fiber bundles. The model-specific version of this lighting setup draws inspiration from the innovative technology first showcased on the limited-edition M4 CSL, a high-performance model restricted to 1,000 units

Engine & Transmission :

Config./No. of cyls./valves in-line / 6 / 4in-line / 6 / 4
Engine technology M TwinPower Turbo technology with two mono-scroll turbochargers,
Effective capacit2993 cm³
Stroke/bore90.0 / 84.0 mm
Compression ratio9.3
FuelRON 98 (min RON 91)
Max. output390 / 530 kW/hp at rpm 6250
Max. torqueNm 650
Power-to-weight ratio (DIN) kg/kW 4.9
Output per litre kW/l130.3
Acceleration 0–100 km/h s3.7
Top speed km/h250 / 2802)


BMW M4 Competition Coupé with M xDriv:

Fuel consumption combined: 10,1 – 10,0 l/100 km; CO2-emissions combined: 229 – 226 g/km gemäß WLTP

BMW M4 Coupé (6-speed manual transmission ) :

Fuel consumption combined: 10,1 – 10,0 l/ 100 km; CO2-emissions combined: 230 – 226 g/km gemäß WLTP 

BMW M4 Competition Coupé (8-speed M Steptronic) :

Fuel consumption combined: 9,9 – 9,7 l/ 100 km; CO2-emissions combined: 230 – 226 g/km gemäß WLTP

BMW M4 Competition Convertible with M xDrive :

  Fuel consumption combined: 10,3 – 10,2 l/100 km; CO2-emissions combined: 233 – 231 g/km gemäß WLTP 

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