The M4’s turbocharged 3.0-liter inline-six, serves up 425 horsepower and 406 pound-feet of torque. If that’s not enough, BMW offers the Competition package, which increases output to 444 horses. Either way, it’s available with a six-speed manual or a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic. The open-top M4 is fast, but it is markedly less willing (and less agile) than the coupe. Modest compensation is that it sounds nicer with the roof down, being freed from the digital enhancement that BMW has added to the M4’s soundtrack in the cabin. The coupe feels quicker and keener, even when being driven at a steady pace. Much of this is down to the relative lack of mass, which sharpens responses and makes it feel nimbler. But the dual-clutch automatic of our test car also makes a difference, delivering fresh ratios at lightning speed. Although fast and fairly nimble, the M4 continues to lack the driving dynamics of earlier models. It seems to have been engineered to deliver performance metrics rather than the sort of life-enhancing dynamic experience that used to come standard with the M badge.
With all that being said this M4 paired perfectly with our 20″ Brixton Forged PF5 Targa Series 3-Piece Wheel finished in Trofeo Gold (Gloss Clear) with a polished (Gloss) outer lip.
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- VehicleOrange BMW M4
- Wheel Style / Config.Brixton Forged PF5 Targa Series
- Wheel FinishTrofeo Gold (Gloss Clear) with Polished (Gloss) outer lip
- Wheel SizeFront: 20" / Rear: 20"
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