Climbing into the BMW M3 and BMW M4, drivers will be greeted by the interior architecture familiar from the BMW 3 Series and BMW 4 Series, a driver-oriented setup wit even sportier accents.
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In keeping with the character of the two models, however, the interior fulfills an even more sharply defined sporting brief. BMW M equipment details includes M door sill finishers, an M driver’s footrest, M gearshift lever, M-design circular instruments with white graphics, M leather steering wheel with chrome trim, color contrast stitching and electroplated- look shift paddles (if the M DCT gearbox is specified).
Flawless ergonomics for race tracks and streets.
New developed M sports seats.Construction of the seats is very flat.
Bucket seat with a full-size single-piece back panel and width-adjustable side bolsters.
Illuminated for the first time: M logo on the seat backrests.
M door sill finisher and M driver’s footrest. Optional electric seat adjustment.
ONE WITH THE MACHINE.
M leather steering wheel with chrome trim, colour contrast stitching and electroplated-look shift paddles (if the M DCT gearbox is specified).
M-design circular instruments with white graphics.
The optional Head-Up Display in the BMW M3 and BMW M4 comes with additional, M-specific functions such as a gear display, rev counter and Optimum Shift Indicator.
A wide variety of driver assistance systems and mobility services introduced under the BMW ConnectedDrive banner is available as an option. Keen track drivers will be pleased to hear that BMW M GmbH has developed a free BMW M Laptimer app, which allows owners to analyse their personal driving style.
M gearshift lever.
In the rear, too: flawless ergonomics in a sporting ambience.