2025 BMW M4 Facelift: Higher Price Confirmed via Configurator Announcement

Upgraded Life Cycle Impulse brings enhanced features at higher cost.

In the early stages of 2024, BMW has already divulged the pricing for their 2025 M4 Coupe and M4 Convertible. The online configurator for US customers is now accessible on the company’s website, providing a comprehensive overview of the various selections available for potential buyers.

The configurator is a valuable tool for understanding the price increase implemented in the new model of the popular 4 Series, which was unveiled as the Life Cycle Impulse (LCI) version in January. It is worth noting that the 2024 M4 has already seen a significant rise in price, with at least $3,400 more than its predecessor.

In the 2025 model year, the base price for the BMW M4 Coupe is $79,100, which is $1,000 higher than the previous version before its facelift. Similarly, the M4 Competition shows a $1,000 increase as well, with a price of $83,200.

In the coming years, opting for all-wheel drive will cost buyers $88,300 for the 2025 M4 Competition xDrive, an upsurge of $2,000 from the current model. Similarly, the M4 Convertible Competition xDrive will also see a $2,000 rise in its base price, starting at $95,300. It’s important to note that these figures do not include the additional $995 for destination fees.

The increases in cost reflect the alterations observed in the updated version, which encompass fresh headlamps, daytime running lights, a single LED unit for both low and high-beam functions, and laser taillights found only in the M4 CSL. The signature BMW emblem now boasts a sleek black border, and the M insignia is outlined in silver.

In the year 2025, there will be a selection of fresh choices available, such as the silver Style 825M forged light-alloy wheels and a steel roof featuring a glass pane, both free of charge. Adding to this are sleek High Gloss Black/Red decals for the hood and trunk, at an additional cost of $1,800. The interior of the car also receives aesthetic improvements, highlighted by a brand new flat-bottom steering wheel.

The latest iteration of the BMW M4 features a powerful S58 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged straight-six engine, delivering an impressive 473 horsepower in the base M4 Coupe and 503 hp in the Competition version. For the all-wheel-drive Competition xDrive models, which include both the Coupe and Convertible, there is an increased output of 523 hp. The Coupe can reach 60 mph in just 3.4 seconds, while the Convertible takes 3.6 seconds. With the optional $2,500 M Driver’s Package, the top speeds for these models are 180 mph and 174 mph respectively.

BMW has not provided exact dates for the release of the 2025 M4 Coupe and Convertible, but it was reported that production would begin this month at the Dingolfing facility. Further modifications are planned for the powerful coupe, such as the addition of the M4 CS variant, which is rumored to generate a maximum of 543 horsepower.

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