BMW is celebrating all things M-Division with a new, limited-edition, M4.
This collector’s version fo the M4 features a very interesting roof design, with BMW’s technical people having integrated the M-Division’s colours into the carbon-fibre roof surfacing.
Viewed from above, or a high-aspect side angle, you’ll notice the signature BMW racing stripes, in light and dark blue, with red, which have been embedded into the roof’s carbon-fibre.
Beyond its trick roof colour contrasting, the M4 Heritage edition rolls star-spoke design alloy wheels, 20-inches in diameter.
Inside you’ll have the option on three different contrasting hues for BMW’s bicolour M-specification seats, whilst red and yellow contrast stitching keep the cabin’s leather trim together.
As with all limited-edition models, BMW is keen to remind its M4 Heritage customers exactly which number they own. To serve this purpose, and increase the future value of these latest M4s, you’ll find a Heritage number badge on the dashboard’s passenger side carbon surfacing and door sills.
BMW has also added ‘Heritage’ lettering to the front headrests.
Mechanically there are no changes over what you’d expect from any other M4. All engine energy output goes to the rear wheels via a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission and there are 331 kW and 550 Nm to power it along, sourced from a twin-turbocharged 3-litre in-line six.
Total global production for the M4 Heritage will total only 750 cars, due to be assembled between November and April of 2020. South Africa is on the list with just 10 models making their way here.