The BMW M4 Competition is available in a single Coupe body style. It has been introduced in the country as a completely built-up unit (CBU).
The new model has been introduced in the country on 10 February, 2022.
The BMW M4 Competition is powered by a 3.0-litre, six-cylinder in-line petrol engine which produces a massive power output of 503bhp at 6,250rpm and 650Nm of torque between 2,750-5,500rpm. The vehicle’s engine comes mated to an eight-speed M Steptronic transmission which enables the Coupe to sprint from zero to 100kmph in just 3.5 seconds. To further enhance the drive experience, it gets three drive modes in both automatic and manual modes – comfort oriented, sports focused, and track optimised.
Exterior and Design
The BMW M4 Competition features a large vertically stacked kidney grille with double bars in horizontal design. The sporty side profile is accentuated with M-gills on the wheel arches and prominently extended side sills with attachment parts for the front and rear aprons. The standard feature list includes adaptive LED headlights with BMW Laserlight, gloss black ORVMs, and black chrome finish for aerodynamically optimised fins, a rear spoiler, and two pairs of exhaust tailpipes.
Interior and Features
The performance vehicle gets electrically adjustable sports seats and ‘Merino’ leather upholstery with carbon fibre trim as standard. Additionally, the M4 Competition offers M Seat belts, a multifunction steering wheel, seat heating with lumbar support (driver and front passenger), electrical seat adjustment with memory function, and automatic anti-dazzle function in all mirrors for added convenience.
Skyscraper Grey, Portimao Blue, Black Sapphire, Sao Paulo Yellow, Toronto Red, Alpine White.
The BMW M4 Competition can accommodate five occupants.
The BMW M4 Competition Coupe competes against the likes of the Audi RS5 Sportback in India.