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  • 2020 BMW M4 Overview

    Willis Kuelthau
    Automotive Editor - April 18, 2019

    The original M car was the 1986 BMW M3, a two-door, four-seat coupe that would spawn generations of quick BMWs. The modern-day descendant of that car is the 2020 BMW M4. Now much faster, the M4 remains a place for BMW to showcase its talent for making sedans that can awe and inspire.

    What's New for 2020

    For 2020, the M4 sees only minimal aesthetic changes. The taillights are darker, and a few new colors and trims join the palette.

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    Choosing Your BMW M4

    All M4’s come with two doors and four seats, but buyers can choose whether they want a roof. Opting for the convertible adds a premium of $8,500.

    No matter which M4 you choose, it will use a 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged six-cylinder engine. The base form produces 425 horsepower and 406 pound-feet of torque. If that’s not enough, the track-ready CS trim ups the ante to 453 hp and 442 lb-ft. A six-speed manual is standard with the base engine, but a dual-clutch seven-speed automatic is an option. The automatic comes standard with the CS.

    Neither form is particularly efficient. The manual-equipped base coupe is the thriftiest at an EPA-estimated 18 miles per gallon city, 25 mpg highway, and 20 combined. Opting for the convertible, the automatic, or the CS drops those numbers a notch or two.

    Few buyers are choosing the M4 based on its cargo capacity, but it’s passable for a sedan with 11 cubic feet behind the seats. The convertible loses some ground thanks to its roof, knocking trunk space to just 7.8 cubic feet.

    The M4 is about performance more than luxury, but it’s not without creature comforts. Dual-zone climate control is standard, along with keyless entry, power-folding heated side mirrors, an 8.8-inch touchscreen running BMW’s iDrive system, and 14-way power-adjustable seats with memory settings. These seats are part cloth, though, and BMW will charge you for Apple CarPlay compatibility after a one-year trial.

    The M4 comes in two trims:


    The base M4 is far from ordinary – a stock coupe will sprint from zero to 60 mph in just over four seconds. The coupe starts at $70,145 and the convertible at $78,645 (all prices include a $995 destination charge). LED lighting and 18-inch wheels are standard, and the car is covered in M badging and performance accents. Switching to the automatic transmission costs $2,900.

    Two packages bundle most of the available features. The performance upgrade is the Competition Package ($4,750), which boosts power by 19 horses, tweaks the steering, adds an adaptive sport suspension and differential, and throws in 20-inch wheels and flashy exterior accents for good measure. On the luxury side, the Executive Package ($2,100) adds a head-up display, side- and top-view cameras, automatic high beams, adaptive LED lighting, and a parking assist system.

    White is the only standard paint color; anything else will be $550. BMW will swap in full leather upholstery for $950, and for another $3,500 they’ll extend the treatment to the dashboard. Wood interior trim is $1,080.

    A moonroof is a no-cost option, and BMW will heat up the steering wheel for $190. The head-up display is available on its own for $1,100. Wireless charging with a Wi-Fi hotspot is another $500, a power rear sunshade is $350, and blind-spot monitoring is $500.

    On the performance end, carbon ceramic brakes are an $8,150 option. For $2,500, BMW will take you and your BMW to a track, disable the electronically limited top speed, and give you a driving course.


    Starting at $104,095, the CS is the angry older sibling in the lineup. In addition to the most powerful engine tune, it gets most of the features in the Competition Package plus a few CS-specific tunes. The track-day option is included as well. The CS is lighter than the base car thanks to carbon-fiber reinforcement, and the rims are offset – 20 inches at the rear, 19 at the front. Alcantara trim and CS badges are everywhere, naturally.

    Other than a couple special-order paints, the only option is the Executive Package. On this trim the Executive Package costs $1,650, doesn’t include the cameras or parking assistant, and adds in the rear sunshade.

    CarsDirect Tip

    Any 2020 BMW M4 will have more speed than its drivers have bravery, but the sweet spot is the Competition Package. The upgrades are good value for the money, and they turn the M4 into a focused machine indeed.

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