BMW M4 Convertible is not exactly news as it was unveiled months ago, and it’s just a drop-top version of the M4 Coupe, with which we are thoroughly familiar. But the car is celebrating its market launch these days, which is why BMW decided to treat the fans with awesome new Individual options.
We saw what a BMW M4 Convertible looks like in Individual silver, now let’s check it out in this unique color called Pyrite Brown. No other car maker does brown as fine as BMW, but then again, not all cars look good in brown. Some BMWs do, and the M4 Cabrio is definitely one of them.
The dark Pyrite Brown exterior color on this BMW M4 Convertible is complemented with dark colored rims, gold brake calipers, and a nice white interior. We have to say the new M3/M4 looks a lot cooler in sober and grown-up colors like this than in sporty and vibrant Sakhir Orange or Austin Yellow.
The beauty of the M4 Convertible is more than just skin deep. The car shares its underpinning with the M4 Coupe. That means this car is one of the nicest four-seater convertibles to drive thanks to a combination of M chassis, trick differential, and a 430 horsepower straight-six turbo engine.