The BMW M4 Competition Coupé and BMW M4 Competition Convertible with M xDrive have undergone several enhancements in power, design and digital innovations, particularly in their interiors. The vehicles feature a straight six-cylinder engine with M TwinPower Turbo technology, delivering 530hp, alongside refreshed design elements such as new headlights, laser taillights and M forged light-alloy wheels.
Inside, updates include a redesigned steering wheel and interior trims, along with the introduction of BMW Operating System 8.5 for advanced infotainment technology. Production of these models will begin in March 2024, and customer deliveries are set to begin in April.
BMW says that the driving experience is further enhanced by configurable assistance systems that can be controlled via the M Mode button on the center console, allowing for tailored driving experiences such as TRACK mode for racetrack use.
Standard features include park distance control, cruise control with braking function, and optional driving assistant packages with additional safety features like front collision warning and lane departure warning.
The M-specific sports car cockpit has been refined with new steering wheel designs and interior trims. The steering wheel now includes multifunction buttons, M buttons and shift paddles, with an optional M Alcantara steering wheel available. The cockpit also features a control panel on the center console for easy access to various functions.
Interior customization options include different leather trims, heated seats and fully electrically adjustable and heated M Carbon bucket seats. The company says that the BMW Curved Display and BMW Operating System 8.5 provide intuitive access to vehicle information and controls, with M-specific graphics enhancing the user experience.
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