2025 BMW M4 Facelift Globaly Revealed with Sharper Looks and More Power

The AWD M4 Competition xDrive trim level, the most powerful in its lineup, now boasts 523bhp. Additionally, the stylish LED taillights exclusive to the M4 CSL are now standard equipment.

By Divyam Dubey | on January 31, 2024 Follow us on Autox Google News

The 2025 BMW M4 coupe and convertible have been unveiled, showcasing a range of enhancements and increased power from the German automaker. Although there are some small interior and external improvements, the most notable development is the addition of 20bhp to the 2025 M4 Competition xDrive coupe and convertible. There has also been a major redesign of the BMW Z4 M40i roadster, and now BMW enthusiasts may get their hands on the much-desired manual gearbox. 

2025 BMW M4: Design

2025 BMW M4 1

The M4's front end gets a more contemporary look with a new headlamp LED design, while the taillights get a new design with laser accents. A new M Design external design is available for BMW vehicles. It features a chunky centre stripe that runs the length of the car in either black or red. The graphic is complemented by an ‘M’ logo on the hood and slimmer accent lines scattered around the body.

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2025 BMW M4: Interior

2025 BMW M4 Interior

In the cabin, the M4 keeps its 14.9-inch infotainment screen and 12.3-inch instrument cluster. There have been updates to the software from version 8.0 to 8.5, and one of the improvements is the voice controls for the climate settings. The area above the central air vents now includes ambient lighting as well, and you can choose from nine colours that change in response to things like an open door or a phone call.

2025 BMW M4: Powertrain

The 3.0-litre straight-six engine's output increases from 510bhp to 530bhp, thanks to two turbochargers. Previously, this peak was given at 5,600 rpm, but now it's at 6,250 rpm. Maintaining a peak between 2,750 and 5,730 rpm keeps the torque constant at 650 Nm.

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There is now only the four-wheel-drive xDrive variant available on the M4, with rear-wheel drive being discontinued. When the stability control is turned off, this has the potential to transfer torque just to the back wheels. The new M4 may have more power, but it doesn't affect its claimed 0-100 km/h times of 3.5 seconds for the coupé and 3.7 seconds for the cabriolet.

India is going to get the upgraded version of the M4 coupe likely this year. The current M4 is available for purchase for Rs 1.47 crore (ex-showroom). The new one from BMW will likely have a somewhat higher price tag. 

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