Just 300 of these special edition M4 convertibles will be produced.
In honour of the original E30 M3 Convertible from 1988, BMW has revealed a special edition M4 Convertible to mark the former’s 30th anniversary.
Called the M4 Convertible 30 Jahre, this special edition is basically an M4 convertible with standard Competition Pack. So, there are 20 additional horses over the base M4 - 444 vs 425 - along with a throatier M exhaust and and adaptive suspension. This model can zip to 100km/h from a standstill in 4.5 seconds, and will keep accelerating further until it reaches its top whack of 250km/h.
On the outside, the 30 Jahre can be differentiated from the standard M4 Convertible by its grey alloy wheels and badging across the car’s interior. The special edition also gains a bespoke Macao Blue colour option, which again is a homage to the original M3 convertible as it was first launched dressed in the very same shade three decades back.
Standard features for the special model include high gloss trims for the signature kidney grille surround, M side gills and the forged M light alloys boasting a star-spoke design. The full leather trim, the colour scheme of which matches the desired vehicle body paintwork, characterises the interior of the BMW M4 Convertible Edition 30 Jahre.
In conjunction with the aforementioned Macao Blue colour, there is a choice of the two-tone colour combinations Black/Fjord Blue and Black/Silverstone. The exclusive features also comprise corresponding contrast stitching on the headrests as well as M floor mats with piping in the respective contrasting colour. Black interior surfaces with yellow contrast stitching are offered in conjunction with Mandarin II uni colour (pictured), whilst interior trim strips in the version Carbon Fibre come as standard for all variants.
Pricing starts at £76,675 (Rs 69.55 lakh) for this special edition M4. We do not expect this model to be introduced in India.