In about three weeks time, BMW will unveil the all-new M4 Convertible at the 2014 New York International Auto Show. But before that, test mules are still being driven around Munich showing us the design of the M4 cabriolet.
Built under the codename F83, the M4 Convertible follows the design lines of the coupe variant.
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.
From 0-100 km/h (0-62), the 2014 BMW M4 Coupe runs in 4.1 seconds with DCT while the M3 runs the same distance in 4.3 seconds, with the same transmission. We expect the M4 Convertible to report similar numbers.
Just like the previous generation E93 M3 Convertible, the new M4 Convertible will be priced just slightly above the M4 Coupe which sells in the United States for $64,200.