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The 2020 BMW M4 is a premium sports car that can be equipped either as a coupe or a convertible. The M4 was first introduced in 2014 and the 2020 model is powered by a robust 3.0L twin-turbo straight-six engine that produces 424 horsepower in its base form. Altogether, it provides a firm, yet athletic driving experience, with seating for four. The M4 is an elite performance vehicle designed to eat up twisty roads or perhaps spend a weekend at your local circuit. If you're a driving enthusiast, you'll love the six-speed manual transmission that is standard; there's also a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic available if that's more your style.
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All BMWs come with finely appointed and well-engineered interiors but the performance-oriented M models get a little extra attention. 2020 M4s get competition sport seats that are heavily bolstered to keep you firmly planted in your seat when you're getting in some spirited driving or visiting the track. A black cloth interior is standard but leather is optional in ten different colors, including three two-tone interior color options that range from Sonoma Beige to Silverstone and Sakhir Orange. Choices of interior trim accents such as aluminum, anthracite wood, and carbon fiber help finish off the premium approach to the M4s interior.
BMW M vehicles are synonymous with speed and power, and the 2020 M4 is no exception. All 2020 BMW M4s are equipped with a 3.0L straight-six engine that is force-fed by two turbochargers. Standard output for the 2020 M4 is 424 horsepower while those equipped with the optional Competition package produce 444 horsepower. The M4s engine isn't just about power figures alone; it's also equipped with a specially designed oil sump that is capable of keeping the engine properly lubricated on the race track.
The M4 is available with eleven different color options. BMWs look good in just about any color but if you want people to know that you're driving a sport injected M car, there are several BMW colors that are specially reserved for cars like the 2020 M4. Colors that are specific to the M4 include Sakhir Orange, Austin Yellow, Yas Marina Blue, and San Marino Blue Metallic.
The 2020 BMW M4 is available both as a traditional sport coupe with a fixed roof or as a convertible with an automatic folding soft-top. If you're more of a hardcore driving enthusiast, the coupe is lighter and the fixed roof provides more rigidity for aggressive driving. The M4 convertible has the benefit of being able to drop the top with a touch of a button to enjoy having the wind blow through your hair as you blast down a canyon road.
Owning a sports car doesn't mean that you have to sacrifice the latest in driver-assist aids. The 2020 BMW M4 is well equipped with driver-assist aids that help you keep your pride and joy in ship shape and dialed in with the traffic patterns around you. Forward-collision alert with automatic emergency braking is standard, as is lane-departure warning. A 360-degree camera is also available on M4s equipped with the Executive package and includes a feature that will park the car for you, taking the guesswork out of those tricky parallel parking scenarios.
If you're interested in the 2020 BMW M4, you should also check out these similar vehicles from Previous generation years.
Another great option if you're looking for a luxury sports car is the venerable BMW M6. 2017 and up models are powered by a racy 4.4L twin-turbo V8 that churns out an impressive 560 horsepower. The 2017 and newer models are also available in a variety of configurations, depending on what you're looking for in a sports car — two or four-doors are available with seating for up to five passengers when equipped with four doors. The four-door model is referred to as the BMW M6 Gran Coupe. The two-door model is also available as a convertible. Standard features on the 2017 BMW M6 include:
Keyless entry and ignition
Apple CarPlay® and SiriusXM radio
The BMW 4-Series is another good option if you're looking for something high class but somewhat low key as well. 2017 through 2020 BMW 4-Series are available in three body styles—a two-door coupe, a convertible, or a four-door Gran Coupe with seating for up to five passengers. Two engine choices are available beginning with the 430i models that are equipped with a 2.0L turbocharged four-cylinder engine. The 440i models have a 3.0L turbocharged six-cylinder engine while both 430i and 440i models are also designated with an X benefit from all-wheel drive. All three body styles are also available with either a six-speed manual or an eight-speed automatic. Standard features on the 2018 BMW 4-Series include:
Eighteen-inch double-spoke alloy wheels
LED headlights and fog lights
Adaptive cruise control
If you want to stick with a gasoline-powered vehicle but still want quick acceleration and good looks, the BMW M3 might suit you. Look out for the revised six-cylinder engine on 2021 models for up to 503 horsepower, depending on the trim you choose. The standard 2021 M3 will do zero to 60 in 4.1 seconds but you've got the option to go for the Competition model, which brings that down to 3.8 seconds (according to the manufacturer, when new).
The 2017–2021 BMW M3 standard model includes these standard features:
Traction and stability control
Harman Kardon® sound system
Keyless ignition and entry
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RepairPal gave the BMW M4 an overall reliability rating of 3 out of 5 stars, which RepairPal describes as Average. This rating ranks BMW M4 48th out of 55 among Luxury Midsize Cars.View RepairPal's full rating of the BMW M4
Includes a track-ready cooling system, eighteen-inch wheels, LED headlights, fourteen-way power-adjustable M sport seats, and more.
Adds side and top view cameras, head-up display, automatic park assist, automatic high beams, and adaptive full LED headlights.
Unlocks twenty-inch M star-spoke forged wheels, extended shadowline trim, and increased power output to 444 horsepower.
Here is what's new for the 2020 BMW M4:
The 2020 BMW M4 is available in multiple trims, each with its own estimated fuel economy, here are the EPA estimates for each trim:
The BMW M4 received a rating of 3 out of 5 stars from RepairPal, which RepairPal describes as Average. This rating ranks the BMW M4 as 47 out of 55 among Luxury Midsize Car
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Austin Yellow Metallic
Azurite Black Metallic
Black Sapphire Metallic
Champagne Quartz Metallic
Mineral Grey Metallic
Sakhir Orange Metallic
San Marino Blue Metallic
Smoked Topaz Metallic
Yas Marina Blue Metallic
13.1 cubic feet of cargo space for the convertible and 15.7 cubic feet of cargo space for the coupe
8.8-inch touchscreen infotainment system
Standard cloth interior with optional leather
BMW M sport seats are standard
Apple CarPlay and SiriusXM are standard