The Competition’s power output is slightly greater, mostly due to the M Sport exhaust system. While it makes a more appealing sound, it’s still not the best-sounding V8 we’ve ever heard. The Comp also has stiffer engine mounts and 20-inch alloy wheels. It takes away from the comfort, but you gain so much more on the track. You can tell it apart from the regular model, thanks to the exterior Shadowline trim. The Track mode is inherited from the M8 Competition. It turns all of the assistance and safety systems off and engages an M View on the digital instrument cluster and head-up display.
ACC Stop & Go + Active Driving Assistant, Active Lane Keeping Assistant w/side collision avoidance, Traffic Jam Assistant, Evasion Aid and Cross-Traffic Alert Front
Front Ventilated Seats, Active Park Distance Control, Soft-Close Automatic Doors, Surround View w/3D View, Rear View Camera, Front Massaging Seats, 4-Zone Automatic Climate Control, Power Rear Sunshade & Rear Side Window Shades, Front & Rear Heated Seats, Parking Assistant Plus