Following the release of the new M3 and M4 Coupe, the BMW M4 Convertible will come to market next year as well. Built under the codename F83, the M4 Convertible follows the design lines of the coupe variant.
Design wise, the M4 Cabriolet is built atop the F33 4 Series Convertible and the M4 Coupe so expect to see similar design ideas but with the M treatment. Differences from the standard, non-M 4-Series Convertible are most obvious at the nose, as the power-bulged hood and lower fascia of the M4 stand out.
The rendering image by Autobild shows an M4 Convertible with beefy tires, large alloy wheels, an aggressive bumper and four exhaust tips integrated into the rear diffuser.
The BiTurbo inline six-cylinder, 430 hp, 369 lb-ft torque will also power the M4 Convertible variant. The high-revving six-cylinder in-line engine with BMW M TwinPower Turbo technology newly developed for the new BMW M3 Sedan and BMW M4 produces maximum output of approximately 430 hp. Its peak torque soars far beyond 500 Newton meters (369 lb-ft), out stripping the figures recorded by the outgoing BMW M3 by well over 30 per cent.
And yet the engine also achieves a reduction in fuel consumption and emissions of around 25 per cent.
BMW will most likely debut the M4 Convertible at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show.