Dear BMW lovers, the new 2017 BMW M4 is ready! Here is the review! The two-door version of the M3 sedan is back again with a sleeker body and modern refinement. The vehicle in question is the 2017 BMW M4. For starters, this is a vehicle popular for its versatility ranging from track-day heroism to the daily commute. Some of the highlights include a well-trimmed cabin laden with upscale features, a stout turbocharged engine, agreeable ride quality, responsive handling and sharp handling, and lots of interior accommodations. Its release date should be expected sometime in the first half of 2017.
When you see the M4 in your rearview, there is no doubt that it means business. Its exterior styling embellishment is simply a head-turner, the aerodynamic hues are excellently designed, the distinctive colors are a standout, and the unique styled headlights and taillights offer the boldness a premium vehicle such as the M4 deserves.
Although a number of high performance luxury convertibles and coupes are available on the same segment as the M4, the M4 has differentiated itself in terms of the superior features it offers. To start off, the M4 comes equipped with a turbocharged inline six-cylinder engine rated at a whopping 425 hp, and this power gets routed to the rear-wheels via the M-DCT system.
BMW also says the 0-60 mph acceleration is blistering and is rated at just under 4.0 seconds. The M treatment continues on its exterior and interior. The exterior, for instance, comes with eighteen-inch staggered-width alloy wheels, optional carbon-ceramic brakes (customizable in terms of colors on the calipers), special aluminum suspension components, and an active rear differential.
BMW also says the redesigned M4 sheds some few weight thanks to the extensive use of lightweight materials on its roof, front fenders and aluminum hood. The diet helps it achieve laudable fuel economy ratings and handling. Interior wise, the M4 looks similar to the 4 Series in terms of the refinement levels and material quality, and the only distinction occurs in terms of the options offered.
Once you’re seated on the supportive and comfortable seats of the M4, you’ll notice it brakes hard, corners tenaciously, and accelerates ferociously. In fact, you might think the boat anchors have been thrown out.
All things considered, it’s fair to say the BMW M4 is awesome. Fascinatingly, so is the Ford Shelby GT 350 coupe. Some of the rivals that promise to give the M4 a run for its money include the 2017 Chevrolet Corvette, and the Lexus RC F Coupe.
2017 BMW M4 Trim Options & Body Styles
Two body styles are offered: coupe and convertible. Each is offered with a single well-equipped trim level. The 2017 BMW M4 GTS review is offered separately.
Exterior M4 Changes & 2017 BMW M4 Interior Pictures
Some of the exterior 2017 BMW M4 colors include Mineral Gray Metallic, Austin Yellow Metallic, Black Sapphire Metallic, Silverstone Metallic, Mineral White Metallic, Alpine White, Smoked Topaz Metallic, Sakhir Orange Metallic, Azurite Black Metallic, Tanzanite Blue Metallic, and Yas Marina Blue Metallic.
Some of the standard accessories offered on the M4 include unique exterior body panels, a 10-way power front seats, adaptive xenon headlights, eighteen-inch alloy wheels, a performance exhaust system, automatic dual-zone automatic climate control, an active locking differential, keyless ignition and entry, a sport body trim, driver memory settings, a leather upholstery, an active locking differential, cruise control, fold-down rear seatbacks, heated side auto-dimming mirrors, a sport body kit, and a performance exhaust system.
Standard equipment include a sixteen-speaker Harman Kardon audio system, BMW’s iDrive electronics interface, a navigation system, an 8.8” central display screen, Bluetooth phone and audio connectivity, a leather-wrapped tilt-and-telescopic steering wheel, an auxiliary audio jack, HD and satellite radio, BMW ConnectedDrive banner, a suite of smartphone and online apps, a CD player, and satellite and HD radio.
Features offered by the optional Executive package include adaptive xenon headlights, rear and front parking sensors, automatic braking, speed limit info, blind-spot monitoring with rear-cross traffic alert, automatic high-beam control, a heads-up display, a top- and side-view camera, a heated steering wheel, and frontal collision warning and mitigation.
Packages including the M4 Competition package together with its contents will be known on its release date.
2017 BMW M4 Engine Specs & Fuel Economy
Motivation for the 2017 BMW M4 is offered by a 425-hp and 406 lbs. ft. of torque – generating inline six-cylinder 3.0L engine.
When we come to the fuel economy, EPA says we should expect the automatic-equipped M4 to return 17/24/19 mpg in the city/highway/combined, and 17/26/20 mpg with the manual transmission system.
Wheelbase: 9 ft. 2.7 in. (110.7 in.)
Length: 15 ft. 3.9 in. (183.9 in.)
Width: 6 ft. 1.6 in. (73.6 in.)
Passenger volume: 90 cu ft
Cargo volume: 11.0 cu.ft.
Curb weight: 3530 lbs.
Top Speed: 163 mph
0-60: 4.1 sec
MPG: 17/26 mpg
Available Exterior Colors: Alpine White, Austin Yellow Metallic, Azurite Black Metallic, Black Sapphire Metallic, Champagne Quartz Metallic, Mineral Grey Metallic, Mineral White Metallic, Sakhir Orange Metallic, Silverstone Metallic, Smoked Topaz Metallic, Tanzanite Blue Metallic, Yas Marina Blue Metallic…
Towing Capacity: N/A
2017 BMW M4 Release Date & Price
The 2017 M4 Convertible price starts at $74,200. On the other hand, the 2017 M4 Coupe MSRP starts at $65,700. It will also be offered on lease. Both models, according to recent industry reports, should go for sale sometime in the first half of 2017. Would you like to purchase the car after it’s official release date in the USA and Canada? What do you think about the price?