The BMW M4 convertible Individual-F83 in rare Byzanz Metallic

Byzantium Metallic is the proof that there is also the BMW Individual paintwork variants with particularly a lot and a little less exclusivity. Current photos of our reader’s Todor Todorov, the BMW M4 convertible reveal in the self for Individual circumstances of a very rare piece of painting, the Name of the Byzantine Empire and its often Byzantine-called capital of Constantinople, today’s Istanbul, reminds.

The copper-based hue makes the currently in Garching, BMW M Showroom issued M4 convertible F83 LCI to an absolute exotic and guaranteed to be a lot of curious glances. BMW Individual Byzanz Metallic harmonises perfectly with the black accents of the Competition package, the black bezel of the kidneys, also with black M double-strive to set an exciting accent to the paint. The 20-inch light-alloy wheels in a Design star spoke 666 M are a well-known part of the Competition package.

Also, the interior of the shown BMW M4 convertible impresses with exclusive Details. In addition to a two-tone leather interior, the exterior color is picked up again: The accent strips on the lower edge of the interior trim is Metallic like the Zierspange on the M sport steering wheel Shine as well in Byzantium. For more Details such as the leather bellows of the hand brake lever or the leather and with contrast stitching decorated instrument panel, the interior values.

Thanks to the Competition package, the shown BMW M4 convertible F83 LCI not only a particularly individual Look, but also with remarkable Performance. The Biturbo six-cylinder under the exclusive painted bonnet making 450 HP and reduced the factory specification for the Sprint from 0 to 100 km/h in 4.3 seconds. The electronic limitation of maximum speed can be increased with the help of the M Driver’s Package from 250 to 280 km/h.

A further exclusive opportunity to Enjoy 450 HP under the open sky, the recently-launched BMW M4 convertible 30 years Edition . But here is also the Order of speed, because the few for Germany reserved copies in Macao Blue and Mandarin II expected to sell out quickly.

(Photo: Todor Todorov)

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