The 2017 BMW M4 has been revealed officially.
The facelifted version of the coupe and the convertible cars are expected to offer some minor modifications to convince buyers to go for it.
The changes are restricted to the visual aesthetics of the car. If you already own the model or planning to buy a new one for its performance changes, the facelifted edition may not be the best choice. The car however boasts of stylish new additions including the popular lighting technology. The same has already been upgraded in the 4 Series models and is now found in the M4 coupe as well as the convertible version.
With the adaptive full LED headlights, the cars now offer much better vision. The upgrade is now available as a standard feature on all sporty models. It brings a fresh new look to the car making it look stylish than it already is. The M4 also has some prominent changes done in the interiors including a Navigation system Professional variant combined with improved Connected Drive features.
The customization options just won’t end because if you are planning to add the best dynamics to your BMW M4 models, the company offers the Competition package. While the base model is already tuned to offer the best performance on the road, the new package fine tunes the chassis, steering and boosts the performance by a significant level. The car delivers 431 horsepower by default whereas with the package installed, it goes up to 450 horsepower making it one of the best in-class performance.
The 2017 BMW M4 coupe and the convertible variants offer equally appealing engine sound improvements. The exhaust system has been modified to give the sound that sports car lovers have come to adore in the M4. The 666 M is a unique add-on that can be installed only in models that already has the competition package in them. The interiors of the car are lush with premium leather finish in every corner and combined with the LED lights among other aesthetic changes, the car is an easy recommendation for longtime BMW fans and those who seek a solid performer on road.
The information was made available on the official BMW blog but the company didn’t specify pricing and availability for the new facelifted version of the M4. It won’t be long before it hits dealership stores and when it does we will know how much it costs when bundled with the competition package.