With limited options.
The BMW M3 and M4 are two of the most hotly anticipated performance cars of the season. Despite boasting questionable styling, the numbers don't lie, and we expect these cars to deliver a blistering driving experience. Ahead of its public debut next month, BMW of North America has announced the dealer allocation for demo cars, according to the "Handler-Erst-Ausstattung" ordering guide. The cars made available at launch will be offered in four different configurations, all of which will be rear-wheel-drive with manual transmissions. Automatic transmissions will be reserved for competition cars, and xDrive versions should be arriving in late 2021.
According to BMW Blog, exterior paint options on these early release cars will include seven options, including non-metallic colors such as 300 Alpine White and C4H Sao Paulo Yellow. Metallic colors will include Black Saphire and Isle Of Man Green. The interior of both the M3 and M4 will be upholstered in full Merino leather in Silverstone/Black Extended Merino leather or Black extended Merino leather. In terms of trim options, new owners will get to choose between carbon fiber and aluminum Tetragon. Wheel choices will at first be limited to two styles, namely 1T8 19-inch/20-inch Bi-color Jet Blacks, or 1U0 19-inch/20-inch Jet Black units. The 7M9 extended Shadowline trim, which is standard on competition trim cars, will be an option on the M3 and M4.
Further options for these siblings include the ZPK Parking Assistance Package, 5DN Parking Assistant Plus, 6DR Drive Recorder, as well as luxury options such as a heated steering wheel, wireless phone charging, gesture control, and WiFi Hotspot integration with a complimentary three-month or 3GB trial.
Being "demo" cars, these vehicles obviously come with limited options, and we expect to see more colors, trims, and features making their way onto the list by the time these cars have been better established.