BMW launches the M4 Edition ///M Heritage limited edition
BMW M launches a limited-edition BMW M4 Coupe with special exclusive M colors and a unique interior design to match. The world debut is scheduled for the DTM racing event at the Nürburgring on September 13, 2019.
The BMW M4 Edition ///M Heritage is powered by a 331 kW/450 hp straight six-cylinder engine and will be produced and sold worldwide between November 2019 and April 2020 as an edition model limited to 750 units.
Light blue, dark blue and red – these are the colors made famous by the BMW M Division. The three color choices are equally iconic – Laguna Seca Blue, Velvet Blue metallic and Imola Red.
Furthermore, the two-seater’s carbon-fibre reinforced plastic roof boasts a striking decorative strip in the BMW M colors, which is integrated into the CFRP composite at the factory using a special manufacturing process.
Likewise unique are the forged, 20-inch M light alloy wheels in a star spoke design featuring the color Orbit Grey matte.
Inside, the special M4s feature full leather M seats in a bicolor design. Each seat color is oriented towards the exterior paint and is complemented by partly bicolored contrast stitching.
In conjunction with the exterior paints – Laguna Seca Blue and Velvet Blue metallic – the seats come in Silverstone/Black with turquoise stitching or Velvet Blue and Orange respectively.
With the exterior finish Imola Red, the seat colors Red and Black correspond with yellow and red contrast stitching.
Furthermore, there are also interior carbon trim strips designed exclusively for the BMW M4 Edition ///M Heritage. Both the interior trim strips and the door sills bear emblems with the imprints “Edition ///M Heritage” and “1/750” as an indication of the limited edition of this model.
The lettering “///M Heritage” – in turquoise, orange or red respectively – is also to be found on the front headrests.
The market distribution for these models have yet to be announced.
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