2018 BMW M4 and the Entire Evolution


Rumor has it that the new 2018 BMW M4 will be getting light updates because the company believes that the car had already had all the needed styling and also the performance to function properly. And the ride has all the needed cues to still attract attention from the auto enthusiasts and fans.

The Evolution

The M4 has been considered successful in carrying the style from the M3 with the dour door arrangement. And the fact that the engine is being downgraded from V8 to the inline six twin turbocharged seemed to help the success. Somehow, it manages to produce a combination of performance that liked by most people, with the accessible torque, lighter pairs in engine, and also the manual six speed transmission. And for those who don’t really like the manual, there is always the auto seven dual clutch seven speed transmission that is guaranteed to deliver a smooth ride.

New Development

For the 2018 model, the 2018 BMW M4 will be coming with light facelifts. Unlike the other 4 Series types, this one won’t get the front and rear side fascias with M-specific style. The company decided that they are going to replace the taillights and headlights with the latest design, which means that there will be angular LED lights on the front and sporty designs on the back. The remaining structure won’t be changed but any fans of Beemer should be able to spot on the difference – no matter how small it is. This car will be getting two body options, the coupe or the convertible with the retractable hardtop.


Besides the changes on the exterior, there is also changes on the inside, covering the front seat. There will be illuminated M logo with liberally applied chrome, and also double stitching for the instrument panel, designed to improve the appearance. New graphics are also added for the infotainment screen.


For the 2018 BMW M4, it seems that Beemer hasn’t changed the configuration. They are still using the inline six turbocharged 3.0 liter engine delivering 425 hp of power. There is additional Competition package, which can increase the power up too 444 hp. The package includes limited slip computer controlled differential and stability restrictive control system.  It is predicted that the new 2018 BMW M4 may be coming with $68,000 for the coupe and $76,000 for the convertible.