Posted: October 27, 2015||
Just like the existing M3 and M4 models, the M4 Convertible is also powered by a 3.0-litre twin-turbo straight six engine that pumps out 317kW (425hp) and 550Nm (405 ft-lb of torque). Despite carrying around an extra 250kg (550 lbs) over the coupe, the open-top M4 can still reach its 60mph mark in a fairly snappy 4.4 seconds, which is three tenths slower than the coupe. Being an M Performance model, the drop-top M4 is lower, wider, and all around more aggressive than the 4 series convertibles.
This Alpine White F83 M4 holds quite a unique look with its painted M Performance Front Lip, Carbon Fiber Splitters, and side skirts. The paint matched parts give the M4 a more ‘out of the factory’ look while still looking equally aggressive as non-painted M Performance parts. Peeking through the black iND Kidney Grilles a hint of red can be seen. Featuring the new Macht Schnell Intake Charge Scoops, this M4 has increased airflow to the intakes as the air is quite literally charging through the kidney grilles and being grabbed by the aggressive shape of the intakes. Finishing off the black and white color combo, this M4 sits on Vorsteiner V-FF 102 Wheels wrapped in Pirelli P Zero tires, 275/30/ZR20 Front, and 295/30/ZR20 Rear.