6 special edition BMW M4s for Australia
BMW Australia will get 6 of the limited-run ///M Heritage M4 coupés
Of the 750 limited edition BMW M4///M Heritage models, 6 have been allocated for Australian buyers. Here's all you need to know.
- Commemorating BMW's history. Arriving in early 2020, the ///M Heritage is a celebration of the brand's motorsport division.
- M Competition power. BMW installs its 3.0-litre, TwinPower Turbo, six-cylinder M4 Competition engine in this special edition. It produces a pretty bonkers 331kW and 550Nm. Spokespersons say this translates to a 0-100km/h time of four seconds flat.
- Three variants available. Edition 1 is painted in BMW Motorsport's Laguna Seca Blue. Upholstery is merino leather in two colour combo. Holding everything together is a turquoise contrast stitching. Edition 2 features Velvet Blue metallic paint, with the same silverstone/black merino upholstery. However, this time, the sports seats have a Velvet Blue and orange stitching. Edition 3 combines Imola Red II paint, with a red and black merino leather interior with red and yellow seams.
- Carbon fibre components. The M4 Edition ///M Heritage has lightweight carbon fibre panels, such as the roof, as well as carbon fibre reinforced interior trim pieces.
- Painstaking quality. BMW says these models demonstrate "meticulous craftsmanship".
- Wireless phone charging. You can keep your compatible smartphone topped up with a wireless charger.
- Forged alloy wheels. The 20-inch M alloys are forged in a star design and painted in Orbit Grey.
- Condition-based servicing. Using onboard sensor data, algorithms calculate service intervals based on actual usage and vehicle condition. Buyers can also pre-pay service costs in a one-off payment.
- Only six Aussie examples available. BMW is constructing just 750 of these M4s, with 6 set aside for Australian buyers.
BMW will ask for a list price of $167,529 for these exclusive models. A normal M4 Coupé starts at around $151,480.70.
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