2024 BMW M4 and 4-Series get a larger screen, updated software

The Series 4 now has the same 12.3-inch and 14.9-inch screens as other BMW models, plus iDrive 8 and a new vibrator.

BMW updates the M4 and 4 lineup for 2024 with new infotainment and a few other tweaks.

These convertibles and convertibles, as well as the four-door Gran Coupe, now have the same display as their stablemates in the 3 Series and M3 sedans added for the 2023 model year. The 2024 M4 and 4 Series will begin arriving in the US this month.

BMW is bringing a fresh display with several new models in the M4 Series and 4 Series for 2024.

The 4 Series Coupe, Convertible and Gran Coupe, as well as the M4 Coupe and Convertible, come standard with a “curved screen” configuration and are also available on the 3 Series Sedan and several sedans. The new BMW.

It has a 12.3-inch digital gauge cluster and a 14.9-inch display in the middle of the dash, both under a curved glass.

It also means that the 4 Series and M4 run the latest iDrive 8 software, which has improved graphics and menu settings, as well as BMW’s intelligent voice assistant command feature. BMW hasn’t released many photos of the 2024 model at this point,

but we’ve included images of the M4 Coupe and 4 Series Gran Coupe cabs in this new round. Series 4 also has a different adjustment which is a small rocker and center console.

There are also different trim elements, including the black standard on the round windows for the M440i and a different aluminum trim called the Rhombicle.

BMW says the 2024 model will begin arriving this month.

Pricing for the 2024 4-Series is not yet known, but the 2024 M4 starts at $77,995 for the coupe, $81,935 for the 503-hp Competition and $92,935 for the convertible.