BMW M4 Convertible Edition 30 Jahre Was 30 Years In The Making

BMW M is celebrating three decades of open air motoring by unveiling the new M4 Convertible Edition 30 Jahre.

Available exclusively in Macao Blue or Mandarin II uni, the limited edition model features a unique exterior with BMW Individual High Gloss Shadow Line trim on the grille, side vents and M4 badges. The car also boasts exclusive 20-inch wheels which are decked out in a matte Orbit Grey finish.

The unique styling continues in the cabin as models equipped with Macao Blue paint will feature two-tone Merino leather seats with contrast stitching. Drivers will also find special floor mats, carbon fiber trim and “30 Jahre Edition” door sill plates. Last but not least, the passenger side dashboard trim strip will feature an individually numbered badge like the M3 Edition 30 Jahre.

The car comes standard with the M Competition package which adds a more direct steering ratio, an Adaptive M Suspension and an upgraded 3.0-liter TwinPower Turbo six-cylinder engine that produces 450 PS (331 kW). The model also has an Active M differential and an M Sport exhaust system.

Production will be limited to 300 units and it remains unclear if the model will be offered in the United States.

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  • Bo Hanan

    The M5 celebrated its 30th anniversary 2 years ago. And now the 3 year old M4 is celebrating 30 years of “M”??? Which 30 years has BMW chosen to celebrate this M4 with? And for the record, the E28-M5 was available in Europe in 1986.

    • Kaisuke971

      The 30 years of the (E30) M3 Convertible, which i’m pretty sure was also the first convertible M car. So 30 years of open air M driving experience.

      • Bo Hanan

        If you randomly pick an increment of time/30 years it works- otherwise, no.
        BMW. Anything to sell a car and charge more money.

  • fgclolz

    BMW strikes again with them limited edition cars!

  • SteersUright

    My buddy just got a new M4 and having driven Caymans and 911’s recently, I got a very fresh comparison between the two. And to be honest, there is none. The M4 is fast as a MFer. But it felt loose, floppy, and huge. Nothing like a true sports car, and you certainly don’t “wear” it in the way you might something much smaller and lighter. That said, it holds 4 in relative comfort and is very capable, so I can still see the appeal. It just isnt for me.

  • Miknik

    I like the styling in general, but it also shows how far the M3 (or now M4) has gone form it’s initial formula. The original was a small, lightweight 2 door sedan with a screaming, race car derived 4 cyl. high reving NA engine; This is a large, heavy, turbo charged convertible with an automatic, and about 2.5 times the power. Still quick, just not much in common with the initial car, not even the name….