Marking its world debut on the 13th of September at the legendary Nürburgring race circuit, the new and exclusive BMW M4 Coupé ///M Heritage Edition will be available to the UK between November 2019 and April 2020, and limited to only 75 units.

BMW used the previous BMW M4 DTM as inspiration, which was developed by BMW M Motorsport, and is offering it in three striking colour combinations that replicate the BMW M logo: Laguna Seca Blue, Velvet Blue metallic and Imola Red.  

Side wheel profile of the BMW M4 Coupé ///M Heritage Edition.


With 450hp delivered from a straight six-cylinder engine with M TwinPower Turbo technology, the new BMW M4 Coupé ///M Heritage Edition is hardly shy. Add to this the carbon-fibre reinforced plastic roof, which has a striking decorative strip in the BMW M colours, and 20-inch M light alloy wheels in a star spoke design finished in Orbit Grey matt, and getting noticed won’t ever be a problem.


The interior comes with an exclusive selection of colours and materials, including model-specific Full Merino M leather seats in a bicolour design. Each seat colour is coordinated with the exterior paint and is complemented by partly bicoloured contrast stitching. For example, the Imola Red Edition models feature a Bicolour Red and Black interior, which is complemented by exclusive red and yellow contrast stitching.

Interior shot of new BMW M4 Coupé ///M Heritage Edition


Adding to the exclusivity of the BMW M4 Coupé ///M Heritage Edition is the unique carbon fibre interior trim. The Carbon Fibre Reinforced Plastic structure of the trim incorporates the stripe design featuring the three characteristic M colours.

What’s more, both the interior trim and door sills feature emblems with the imprints ‘Edition /// M Heritage’ and ‘1/750’. The lettering is also embossed in turquoise, orange or red respectively, which can also be found on the front driver and passenger seat headrests. 

For more information about the BMW M4 Coupé ///M Heritage Edition, contact your local BMW Centre here.

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