BMW M4 Convertible tests on snow

BMW M4 Convertible tests on snow

It is no coincidence that BMW chose the freezing cold of Scandinavia to test their prototypes. After all, if a car works perfectly there, it will also run smoothly anywhere.

This time, our hunters caught him secrets of the new M4 Convertible being tested there. Virtually no camouflage, he resembles the M4 Coupe, introduced to the world in Detroit, held in January this year.

With the obvious exception of the retractable roof and the trunk lid (designed to accommodate the folding roof), no components made exclusively for this release. Still no date for when the German brand will launch the convertible.

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