Performance and features
Let’s start with the efficient 425bhp engine, which is a twin-turbo, 3.0-litre, six-cylinder magnificent beast. The rear wheel drive delivers responsive handling to manage all that power, making for a ridiculously fast car that’s effortless to drive.
The acceleration features a rocket-like launch to reach 62mph in just 4.1 seconds, and in fourth gear you’ll race from 30mph to 70mph in 5.4 seconds. With that and a choice of 3 driving modes, you can choose how hard you want to drive.
Naturally, this level of performance is backed up with M Compound brakes as standard, as well as Adaptive M suspension that automatically adjusts the car to different driving conditions. Adaptive dampers add to the solid ride and offer support when understeer is virtually impossible.
The convertible boasts a hardtop roof and when driven in Comfort mode, offers an enjoyable and relaxing cruise that is guaranteed to make other drivers jealous. The coupe benefits from lower CO2 emissions than most models in the same class, which is sure to appeal to company car drivers.
For many, the M4 is unbeatable in design. Long, sleek and muscular, it’s a veritable athlete among cars, with its flared wheel arches and large air inlets adding to the eye-popping appeal. With 19-inch alloys as standard and the coveted M badges, the M4 is hard to miss.