2014 BMW 4 Series Convertible With M Performance Parts

It really was just a matter of time before the BMW 4 Series Convertible received the same BMW M Performance parts as its coupe brother. It surprisingly took more than a year for that to happen — the 4 Series Coupe received its goodies in July 2013 — but better late than never, right?

The modifications bear a lot of similarities to the M Performance parts on the 4 Series Coupe and while that shouldn’t come as a surprise, BMW could have used a little more spice in decking out the convertible version with new goodies from its own M division. At least that’s my take on it.

For what it is worth, the 4 Series Convertible does come away with a handful of M Performance upgrades. They’re mostly of the aesthetic variety on the exterior and interior, but there are also subtle performance modifications in the pipeline, including a new sports muffler and engine upgrades.

My guess is that these M Performance parts are just the start of more in-house upgrades on the 4 Series Convertible. The model’s popularity among buyers will likely sway BMW into expanding its offerings for all variants of the 4 Series.

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BMW 4 Series Convertible With M Performance Parts in detail

BMW 4 Series Convertible With M Performance Parts
BMW 4 Series Convertible With M Performance Parts
BMW 4 Series Convertible With M Performance Parts

Take a quick glance at the BMW 4 Series Convertible with M Performance parts and you probably won’t find any noteworthy changes made to the drop-top sports car. But take a closer look and you’ll notice that the model does have new accent side stripes, new black kidney grilles, and carbon-fiber mirror caps. It’s not a lot to go by, but it’s still more than enough to increase the convertible’s sporty appeal. The 4 Series Convertible with M Performance parts also receives new 20-inch wheels.

There are a lot of things to love about the improved interior of the 4 Series Convertible. The steering wheel now comes dressed to impress in Alcantara. A new race display is also added, as well as numerous carbon-fiber trims, and aluminum pedals. All told, the 4 Series Convertible’s interior gets a nice haul from the M Division.

BMW 4 Series Convertible

BMW 4 Series Convertible

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