BMW M4 M Heritage edition celebrates racing history

BMW M4 M heritage edition celebrates racing history.

BMW has confirmed that it will be selling its 750 M4 M Heritage models globally. The sale of these cars will be started in late 2019. BMW will provide customers with three colors. The exterior colors will be light blue, dark blue and red emblem.

Restricted to 750 units, the new M4 Edition M Heritage depends on the current M4 Coupe and runs a standard twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter in-line six-chamber motor with 444bhp and 550Nm of torque.

BMW says the new celebratory model will be sold in all current BMW markets up to April 2020 in the decision of three outside hues picked to take after those of BMW Motorsport’s recognizable tri-shading logo: Laguna Seca Blue, Velvet Blue metallic and Imola red.

These cars will serve as the celebration for the M series racing cars. The models will come with 20-inch specific alloys. BMW has also released a limited edition car. The M4 coupe will be launched by BMW in honor of its M division’s 48th anniversary.

The interior colors of these cars will be specific. The interior colors of the cars will depend on the exterior colors. BMW will, however, provide options in the seat colors including some unique designs. A limited number of cars will be manufactured by BMW.

According to reports BMW will be producing 750 units of these cars. The M4 edition will be based on the pre-existing M4 coupe. The car will have a twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter in-line six-cylinder engine. The torque produced by these cars will be 550Nm.


Thus the engine will produce 330bhp power. BMW will add some catalogs in these cars as these are limited edition. A batch of “1/750” will be there in the carbon interior part. The door sills will also have these batches. These batches will show that the car is one of the 750 limited edition cars produced. This car will have a 7-speed automatic transmission.