The BMW M4 Coupe continues to be one of the best sellers of the M Division despite being in the last quarter of its lifecycle. As part of the general BMW model updates for March 2019, the F82 M4 Coupe and the F83 M4 Convertible are now again slightly upgraded.
The M4 Coupe and Convertible will have new paint finishes available and new leather appointments, and more importantly, a new design of the taillights. Darkened rear lights will adorn the rear of the BMW M4 Coupe and BMW M4 Convertible. A new photo gallery embedded below gives us a closer look at the new taillights.
The BMW Individual paint finish Frozen Dark Blue II will be offered as an option for the two high-performance models from March 2019. Plus, the BMW M4 Coupe with M Competition package can be ordered with two new bi-colour leather trim options. BMW Individual fine-grain Merino full leather trim is available in the Sakhir Orange/Black and Silverstone/ Black combinations.
As expected, a few months after the retrofitting of the M4s with the Otto particle filter, which has become necessary for Europe, nothing has changed as far as the technical key points of the BMW M4. The M4 continues to come with 431 hp, while the M4 Competition offers 450 hp.