2015 BMW M4 Coupe Configurator Hits the Web
We already knew the 2015 BMW M4 Coupe had been redesigned to be, in the words of Daft Punk, harder, better, faster, and stronger. As part of the M-series of performance vehicles, it’s been on a mission to set itself apart from its humble little brother, the M3 sedan.
Aspects of this automotive masterpiece have been redesigned both under the hood and throughout the body. With a thorough use of carbon fiber and scores that rank it above its rivals, this newest M4 generation is ready to impress.
The base MSRP is advertised at $62,400, which can be achieved if you’re cheap enough to go with the non-metallic alpine white exterior, cloth/leather combination or extended leather interior, and no M double-clutch transmission. Just don’t forget the extra $950 for destination and handling.
However, if you want to indulge yourself in the many decadent modifications BMW offers, you can click and unclick for hours on the newly-released 2015 BMW M4 Coupe Configurator.
For the M4’s exterior, the color palate isn’t inspired, unless your favorite color falls along the spectrum between black sapphire and mineral (aka dirty) white. To incorporate these options, or any of the metallic coats offered, the cost increases by $550. Other potentials are:
- Sakhir Orange
- Austin Yellow
- Yas Marina
- Mineral Grey
On the other hand, the interior features a much more impressive variety of options, including multiple colors of full or extended Merino leather seats. Trim options include aluminum blade, anthracite wood, and carbon fiber.
Gallery: 2015 BMW M4 Coupe Configurator – Interior
The available packages resemble what’s offered for the M3:
- Driver Assistance Plus ($1,900): Active Driving Assistant, Active Blind Spot Detection, Side and Top View Cameras, Speed Limit Info
- Lighting Package ($1,900): Adaptive Full LED Lights, Automatic high beams
- Executive Package ($4,000): Retractable headlight washers, Comfort Access Keyless Entry, Head-up Display, Satellite radio with 1 year subscription, heated steering wheel, rear view camera, Park Distance Control
Additional options include: 19″ Black Light-Alloy Wheel Double-SpokeStyle 437 M with Mixed Perf. Tires ($1200); 19″ Light Alloy Wheel Double-Spoke Style437 M with Mixed Performance Tires ($1200); manual transmission ($0); M Carbon Ceramic Brakes ($8150); M Double-clutch Transmission with Drivelogic ($2900); Adaptive M Suspension ($1000); Power rear sunshade ($500); Enhanced USB and Bluetooth plus Smartphone Integration ($500); Concierge Services ($250); Moonroof ($0); Parking Assistant ($500); Harman Kardon surround sound system ($875); Side and Top View Cameras ($750)
If you find that you can’t resist any of the goodies being offered, your maximum price will land at $91,775, not including any generous contributions to Uncle Sam.
Honestly, if you have the money to spend on an M-class BMW model, why not make it the M4? Sure, it’ll cost you more than sending all your kids through college, but the feeling of the power—unlimited power—flow through your veins is priceless.