BMW M4 Competition

BMW India revealed the redesigned M4 Competition, which costs Rs 1.53 crore (ex-showroom). This update includes minor exterior styling modifications, an upgraded powertrain, and a new interior. However, there is a price rise of Rs 5 lakh. Online or at BMW dealerships, reservations are open for the BMW M4 Competition. The car is brought via the CBU route into India.

  • The M4 Competition’s inline-6 engine produces 530 horsepower.
  • Has a reported 0-100 km/h of 3.5 seconds.

Inside the BMW M4 Competition: What’s new?

Since this is a performance model, let’s begin by looking at the engine. A 3.0-liter, straight-six, twin-turbocharged petrol engine with 650 Nm of peak torque and 530 horsepower powers the new M4 Competition. The power output is 20 horsepower more than the outgoing model, however, the torque output has not increased.

The engine is matched to the same 8-speed torque converter automatic gearbox that ZF supplied, and the all-wheel drive system is retained. Despite the increase in power, BMW maintains its claimed sprint time of 3.5 seconds, from zero to one hundred kilometres per hour.

External updates for the BMW M4 Competition

The M4 Competition’s kidney grille, which divides opinion, gives it a distinctive appearance, but the changes are in the small details. It receives new taillights with an elaborate woven LED design that are modeled by the M4 CSL, as well as new adaptive LED headlights with a new LED DRL signature. To further enhance the sporty appearance, new 19-inch front and 20-inch rear wheels with blue, high-gloss brake callipers are included (red is available).

The M4 also has a carbon fiber roof, which lowers the center of gravity of the vehicle in addition to reducing weight. The BMW logo also has a gloss black base, while the M logo has a silver surround. Mirror caps, rear diffusers, front air intake inserts, and a special CFP rear spoiler are all part of the optional M Carbon exterior package.

BMW M4 Competition features and interior

Inside, there are several carbon fiber details throughout, along with a redesigned three-spoke M leather steering wheel with a red 12-o’clock marking and a flattened bottom (which is also available in Alcantara as an option). The newest curved infotainment screens from BMW, which include a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster and a 14.9-inch touchscreen and are powered by the most recent version of the BMW Operating System 8.5, have also been added to the dashboard. Convenience is increased with the standard M sports seats’ heating and ventilation, plus there are new trim options available.

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