2021 BMW M4 Convertible Spy Shots

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2021 BMW M4 Convertible Redesign

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2021 BMW M4 Convertible Spy Shots

BMW is working on a new generation of the 4-Series to complement the redesigned 3-Series that arrived for 2019.

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We previously spotted a prototype for the redesigned 4-Series Convertible and now we have shots of the redesigned M4 Convertible.

Also in the works should be the redesigned 4-Series coupe and 4-Series Gran Coupe, along with M4 versions of both.

We know this latest prototype is for the M4 Convertible because of the large openings in the camouflage gear around the front fascia. There’s also no missing the uprated wheels and brakes, as well as BMW M’s signature quad-exhaust tip design.

2021 BMW M4 Convertible Spy ShotsMechanically, the car should be much the same as the redesigned M3 sedan set for a debut later this year. Under its hood should sit the same 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged inline-6 code-named the S58 that debuted in the 2020 BMW X3 M and X4 M. Peak output should register at 473 horsepower in standard guise and 503 hp in Competition guise.

We know BMW M is moving toward all-wheel drive, though it isn’t clear whether this will be standard on the M4 Convertible or an option.

The all-wheel-drive system should be the same M xDrive setup with driver-selectable rear-wheel drive that debuted in the 2018 M5.

2021 BMW M4 Convertible ExteriorThe setup relies on a transfer case to split torque between the front and rear axles. A rear differential then further splits torque between the rear wheels.

Look for the redesigned 4-Series, including the M4, to arrive in late 2020 or early the following year.

Further out, we should see a repeat of the M4 CS and potentially a new 2021 BMW M4 Convertible CSL sitting in the same space as the former M4 GTS. Both of these hardcore models will likely arrive in coupe format only. Source: motorauthority.com