This performance Coupe comes equipped with the same 3.0-litre twin turbo inline-six motor that is seen on the regular M4 Coupe. However, this iteration belts out 450bhp, which is roughly 19bhp more than the regular car. While the stock M4 Coupe is claimed to displace the 0-100kmph run in 4.1sec, one can expect the new version to slightly enhance performance across the rev-range.
Adorning the new M4 version is a classic graphic in a boomerang shape across the profile, while also sporting 20-inch wheels with a familiar track focused M4 GTS design. The interiors also get a splash of sporty colours and carbon fibre trim.
BMW’s new M4 Competition Edition will be on display at the ‘Central World’ (shopping destination in Bangkok) till September 11. With this car, BMW expects to eat into the Mercedes-AMG C63 S Coupe’s pie, thanks to the identical pricing.
BMW in India has not revealed any plans to introduce the M4 Competition Edition as of now.