First Impressions of the 2015 BMW M4 Convertible in New York
BMW always comes out big at the New York International Auto Show and this year is another stellar year led by the worldwide debut of the 2015 BMW M4 Convertible. We first saw the BMW M4 Convertible in press photos a few weeks ago and it looked good. In person, the M4 convertible looks even better. You can almost picture yourself taking the car out on a weekend drive and the grin that would be on your face from the driving dynamics and the raspy growl when you put your foot down on the gas pedal. It may not be for everyone but I can't imagine you would pass up the opportunity to take the car for a weekend if given the chance.
Like the M3 sedan and M4 coupe, the M4 convertible can come decked out with all the same bells and whistles including the option to keep more connected to the road with a 6 speed manual transmission. Pair that up with a set of Carbon Ceramic brakes if you wish and you'll be ready to hit the track in your new convertible. Yes, the prices can add up to nearly $100,000 with a fully loaded M4 convertible but at least you can enjoy the full power and capability while having an incredible weekend luxury car.
You are going to want to get out and see all the variants of the M3 and M4 in person for yourself to truly decide if the styling appeals to you. I for one think the new F8X M series looks amazing but the true test comes from driving it which no one has been able to do outside of those who work for BMW. It has the looks...let's hope it has the driving dynamics we have to come to expect from an M3.
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