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The BMW M4 is what was once called the M3 Coupe and Convertible, but these two-door variants are now their own models despite being mechanically identical to the M3 sedan. As an M car, the BMW M4 is a weapons-grade 4 Series Coupe and/or Convertible, capable of running alongside sports cars and muscle cars alike. Unlike the tamer BMW 4 Series the M4 has unique interior trimmings, a high-performance engine, suspension, wheels, brakes, tires, and bulging fenders. The M4 GTS was a single-year (2016) special-edition version of the M4 limited to 700 units built and sold-out. Effectively a road-legal race car, it benefitted from a water-injected version of the same engine, boosting output to 493 horsepower and 443 lb-ft of torque.
Like the rest of the BMW lineup (1-, 2- 3-, 4-, 5-, 6-, and 7-Series), this even numbered car is designated a 2-door 4-passenger coupe and convertible. Where the (F82) M4 coupe and (F83) M4 Convertible differ from their tamer (F32/F33) 4 Series siblings is in performance and, of course, price. Also, the M4 is not available in the sleek, attractive Gran Coupe (sedan) body style – that incidentally breaks the even-number rule.
With prices starting at around $67,000 and $76,000 respectively the sexy 2017 M4 Coupe and three-piece retractable-hardtop Convertible are amply powered by a twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter inline-6 engine making 425 horsepower at 5,500 rpm and 406 lb-ft of torque at a mere 1,850 rpm. A 6-speed manual transmission is standard, and a multi-mode 7-speed dual-clutch transmission (DCT) is optional, but power is routed through a carbon-fiber-reinforced plastic (CFRP) driveshaft to a computer-controlled active differential at the rear wheels. Staggered-width 18-inch forged alloy wheels, performance tires, do their best to put power to the road. Standard automatic engine stop/start may be turned off. According to the EPA, the M4 Coupe with a manual transmission should return 17 mpg in city driving, 26 mpg on the highway, for a combined 20 mpg on premium gasoline. A DCT-equipped M4 drops 2 mpg on the highway for a net loss of 1 mpg in combined driving. The convertibles return the same EPA figures. In Motor Trend testing, an M4 Coupe with a manual transmission hustled from 0-60 mph in 4.2 seconds; the DCT-equipped Coupe between 3.9-4.0 seconds. Depending on the equipment, the convertible weighs 200-300 pounds more than the coupe, so accelerates with slightly less verve.