More Power and More Options for 2025 BMW M4


BMW’s M4 Coupe and Convertible enter the 2025 model year with a power hike for all-wheel drive models and a catalog of additional custom parts to choose from.

Three states of tune remain for the M4’s venerable S58 six cylinder. The entry-level M4 continues to offer 473 hp, from its twin-turbo, three-liter straight-six motor. That’s still available with a six-speed manual transmission, sending power to the rear wheels to appease the purists. Step up to the M4 Competition and you’ll find the same 503 hp and gear selection taken care of by an eight-speed M Steptronic auto box. Those selecting all-wheel drive via the M4 Competition xDrive now get 523 hp on tap.

Despite the increase in oomph BMW is quoting the same acceleration figures as before, which means it will take 3.4 seconds for you to reach 60 mph from rest in the xDrive coupe, or 3.6 seconds in the heavier convertible. BMW restricts top speed to 155 mph, but an optional M Driver’s Package can extend that to 180 mph for the coupe and 174 mph in the convertible.

There’s a subtle facelift too, with revisions to the LED headlights to include laser technology. The rear lights are modeled on those of the limited run M4 CS and there are new graphics packs available for the hood and trunk lid, along with restyled alloy wheels.

Meanwhile, the cabin has had a minor do-over with a reduction in the number of physical buttons (just as other brands say they’ll be bringing them back), a redesigned instrument panel and an upgrade to the car’s operating system. There’s also revised ambient lighting which can be tailored to the driver’s taste.

Production begins in March and prices start at $79,100 for the M4 Coupe, rising to $95,300 for the M4 Competition xDrive Convertible, plus a $995 destination and handling charge.




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