The New BMW M4 Competition Models

M4 Competition Coupé and M4 Competition Convertible

  • Increased power output, with the straight six-cylinder engine featuring M TwinPower Turbo Technology now delivering 530 hp.

  • Refreshed design features, including new headlights, laser taillights, M forged light-alloy wheels.

  • New interior details including a newly designed steering wheel and interior trims.

  • The latest infotainment technology with the introduction of BMW Operating System 8.5.

  • Production begins March 2024, with customer deliveries from April.

Boasting more power, sharpened design features, new customisation options, and digital innovations, the latest BMW M4 models remain true to their motorsport DNA.

Bespoke vehicles, M-typical performance.
Uncompromising dynamics both in everyday driving and on the racetrack are characteristic of BMW M4 Series models, this also being reflected in their design. Powerful proportions and M-specific design features for optimising the cooling air supply and the aerodynamic balance underpin their status as high-performance sports cars. The large, vertical BMW kidney grille sporting M-typical and horizontally arranged double slats, powerfully modelled wheel arches and prominently flared side sills with a contrasting high-gloss black finish as well as attachments for the front and rear aprons provide clear reference to the dynamic potential of both the Coupé and the Convertible.


M-specific sportscar cockpit with new steering wheel designs and interior trims.
The modern motor racing environment inside the new versions of the high-performance models has also undergone further development. New steering wheel designs and control elements as well as high-class materials for the instrument panel and interior trims enhance the exclusive ambience inside the M-specific sportscar cockpits.


Modern design accents: New headlight design, taillights featuring laser technology. 
The redesigned headlights give the front end of both the new BMW M4 Coupé and the new BMW M4 Convertible a modern look. The inside of the LED headlights is even more distinctively structured. They also feature further developments in their functionality as both the low and high beam are now produced by the same LED module. Two vertical LED units, each aligned in an arrowhead shape, assume the function of position and daytime running lights as well as direction indicators. The technology-oriented design of these new light sources provides for a sophisticated and progressive look.


Straight six-cylinder engine with motor racing technology.

The straight six-cylinder power units used in the new BMW M4 Competition Coupé with M xDrive and the new M4 Competition Convertible with M xDrive combine the typical high-revving characteristics offered by engines from BMW M GmbH with the current version of M TwinPower Turbo Technology. The 3-litre engine impresses with responsive power delivery and high-torque characteristics up into the highest load ranges. These attributes are responsible for those unmistakable, linear performance characteristics, which have always been the hallmark of BMW M automobiles.

The engine‘s design features directly derive from motor racing and include the extremely stiff crankcase, which is manufactured in a sleeveless closed-deck design, the weight-reduced forged crankshaft and the iron coating, which is applied to the cylinder liners in an arc wire spraying process (AWSP). Manufactured in a 3-D printing process, the cylinder head core features an optimised routing of the coolant ducts, something that cannot be realised using conventional metal casting technology. In this way, both weight and temperature management are optimised. Like the cooling system, the oil supply is also aligned to the special demands of racetrack use.

M TwinPower Turbo Technology comprises two mono scroll turbochargers, each of them supplying three cylinders with compressed air. Indirect intercooling facilitated by a low-temperature circuit and specific compressors optimise the power output of the charging unit. Moreover, the technology package includes the petrol injection system High Precision Injection operating at a maximum pressure of 350 bar, variable valve control VALVETRONIC and infinitely variable camshaft control Double VANOS.

Maximum power output of the straight six-cylinder power unit variant featured in both the new BMW M4 Competition Coupé with M xDrive and the new BMW M4 Competition Convertible with M xDrive has been increased from the previous 510 hp to 530 hp, this being reached at an engine speed of 6,250 rpm. The further developed engine retrieves maximum torque of 650 Nm within an extended engine speed range of between 2,750 and 5,730 rpm. This results in even more superior and continuous power delivery, thus further enhancing the performance experience above all in highly dynamic driving situations. This exclusive performance specification is realised through a modification of the engine control system, providing further proof of the outstanding potential of the straight six-cylinder engine developed by BMW M GmbH and which serves as the basis for the power plant featured in the BMW M4 GT3 long-distance vehicle.

The new BMW M4 Competition Coupé with M xDrive accelerates from 0-62 mph in 3.5 seconds, while the new BMW M4 Competition Convertible with M xDrive takes 3.7 seconds to reach the same speed from a standstill. The top speed is electronically limited to 155 mph, although this can be increased to 174 mph (BMW M4 Competition Coupé with M xDrive) or 180 mph (BMW M4 Competition Convertible with M xDrive) when the optional M Driver’s Package is selected.