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Sights and Sounds: BMW M4 Convertible

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Over the weekend BMW treated their fans to a bunch new pictures and videos of the new M4 Convertible in the special ‘Individual’ guise. The drop-top version of the M4 was unveiled earlier this year in New York and is now ready to take the market by storm.

The biggest highlight of the BMW M4 Convertible, obviously, is its folding metal roof which shrinks into three pieces and squeezes itself into the boot. It is far from the most efficient or most elegant folding hardtop out there, but it is the best they could do with a four-seater convertible.

The roof takes around 20 seconds to go or down and you can operate on the move up to 10 miles per hour.

The rest of the BMW M4 Convertible is identical to its hardtop brother, meaning it is powered by a 3.0-liter TwinPower Turbo six-cylinder engine, developing 430 horsepower and and 406 lb-ft (550 Nm) of torque. Just like the Coupe you have the choice of either a six-speed manual or a brilliant seven-speed DCT dual-clutch.

BMW M4 Convertible starts from $73,425 in the U.S. and £60,730 in the UK.

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