The long-awaited BMW M4 and M3 are all prepared and set for debut this month. There is however some relative information about the two compact Bimmer combo. The M3 will debut in isle of Man green body color. But the M4 will greet the universe in Sao Paolo Yellow.
BMW M4 Convertible
But it is still unclear if the BMW M4 Convertible will also debut with two hotter versions of the 3 Series and 4 Series. The M4 Convertible hasn’t been spotted for a long time. With the first appearance of the new soft-top Convertiblehappening over a year ago.
However, that changes today.
The drop-top M4 flaunts its covered body while resting with other Bimmer prototypes as spotted by spy cameras. The BMW M4 Cabrio prototype is more exposed than what we saw previously last year. Thus revealing a huge part of its body panels, though still relatively concealed.
The interesting aspect of it is the new set of wheels on the prototype. It is a unique setting in our eyes and also a deviation from the normal and usual blacked-out rims of the BMW M4.
A new set of wheels isn’t that much of a surprise after all, with a soft-top and a massive grille leading the list of changes made on the BMW M4 Convertible.
Just as mentioned above, it’s still not confirmed whether the soft-top BMW M4 Convertible will make its debut with the M3 and M4. Which is stated to take place on September 23. However, what’s expected is that it will obtain the same power plant as that of its counterpart. That was reported previously to make its arrival with a 3.0-liter twin-turbo inline-six engine inside its hood.
When relating in terms of power, the standard version makes 473 hp (353 kilowatts) that is mated to a six-speed manual. While the Competition variant releases out 503 hp (375 kW) and also makes use of an eight-speed auto gearbox. The rear-wheel-drive (RWD) will first of all be introduced, while the all-wheel-drive (AWD) counterparts follow a bit later.