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BMW M4 Competition Cabriolet (2021): the official info!

For this summer, the M4 falls high like the classic 4 Series: exit the hardtop, make way for a traditional canvas to take advantage of the 6-cylinder twin-turbo 510 hp hair in the wind!

With summer approaching, this new M4 convertible is just right. If you plan to ride with your hair in the wind, BMW thus declines its new M4 in convertible version, after the recent releases of the BMW M3 Saloon (G80) and M4 Coupé (G82).

The range is therefore quickly completed with this BMW M4 Competition M xDrive Cabriolet, its exact name.

BMW M4 takes off the roof

Compared to a M4 Coupe, nothing new on the horizon. The styling is the same, the huge bean grille is still present and the body lines are identical. Only difference, and not the least, one of two can now open his roof ! Practical if you plan to enjoy summer walks with the sweet melody of a demonic inline 6-cylinder …

Its roof precisely, let’s talk about it. This one is all in fabric, available in black or anthracite color. Its structure is made from lightweight materials to reduce its weight as much as possible. It would even be 40% lighter compared to the retractable hard top of the previous generation.

In addition, the convertible top can also be opened while driving: the maneuver will only take 18 seconds !

An engine that continues to perform as well

Regarding the engine block, it remains unchanged. The BMW M4 Competition Cabriolet still carries the 3.0L bi-turbo engine which delivers no less than 510 horsepower. All, coupled with an 8-speed gearbox responsible for cash 650 Nm de couple


With such power, the 0 to 100 is shot in 3.7 seconds, and the 0 to 200 km / h sprayed in 13.1 seconds. Fearsome performance which is very similar to the M4 Coupé version, which completes the exercise from 0 to 100 km / h in 3.5 seconds thanks to its few pounds less on the scale.

The speed is always electronically restricted to 250 km/h, but it is possible to unleash it at 280 km / h thanks to an option.

Drift always possible

Even if the BMW M4 Competition Cabriolet is only offered as a xDrive, that is to say exclusively with the all-wheel drive mode, the eight-speed automatic gearbox offers several driving modes: 4WD, 4WD Sport and 2WD.

This last mode offers a typical propulsion architecture. About what drifter when ESP is deactivated!

Marketing for this summer

Another good point, BMW announces an improved trunk volume of 80 liters compared to the previous generation, the M4 Cabriolet F83. Its volume now changes to 300 liters and climbs up to 385 liters depending on whether the roof is open or closed. By way of comparison, that of the older generation offered a capacity of only 220 liters.

If you plan to offer it to yourself, plan a minimum envelope of 115 550 euros. It will arrive in concession within two months, next july.

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