Being a convertible, we can’t not talk about the design. For some, the large grille’s shock factor has worn off somewhat but for others, it remains hard to stomach. However, it does give the new M4 Convertible a very aggressive stance.
The new panel bow soft-top in black or Moonlight black is 40 percent lighter than the previous hardtop and has a flush-fitting glass window. It looks quite sleek when raised, a process that takes 18 seconds at speeds of up to 31 mph. At the back, there are the same elongated taillights as the normal M4 Coupe as well as large quad-exit tailpipes. Overall, the car is 4.6 inches longer than its predecessor and 1.4 inches wider than the new, less powerful 4 Series Convertible.