Say hello to the new M4 Edition M Heritage, which is introduced as an acknowledgment to BMW’s motorsport history.
Production of the M4 Edition M Heritage will be capped to just 750 units worldwide and customers will be able to choose between Laguna Seca Blue, Velvet Blue metallic, and Imola Red for the exterior paint finish.
All examples come complete with a carbon fiber-reinforced plastic roof with a decorative strip in the BMW M colors. A set of 20-inch M light alloy wheels in a star spoke design have also been developed.
Inside, Imola Red examples feature matching red leather in the center of the seats and parts of the door panels, while those in Laguna Seca Blue and Velvet Blue Metallic are equipped with white and black leather seats with distinct embroidery that reads ‘M Heritage’ on the headrests. The door sills also feature plaques that read ‘X/750’, X being, of course, each car’s number in the limited run.
The special edition has no mechanical mods whatsoever. That means the M4 Edition M Heritage is powered by a twin-turbo 3.0-liter straight-six with 444 HP and 550 Nm (405 lb-ft) of torque. The automaker hasn’t divulged if the limited-run model features the six-speed manual transmission or the seven-speed dual-clutch, though, or whether it’s available with both.
BMW says it will produce and sell the M4 Edition M Heritage between November 2019 and April 2020, with pricing details to be released closer to the launch date.