BMW is on a constant development with different series to be put on tests and then on a public display with the occasion of different worldwide auto shows or events.
This might also be the case of the rumored BMW M4 Convertible that has been caught in some tests twice, as the vehicle might hit the production sooner than we think.
Evo states that the high-performance convertible will be making its public debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed, due for June 26-29 in the UK.
As also seen in the spied shots, the BMW M4 Convertible will come with some minor tweaks like a retractable hard top also seen in the 4-Series Cabriolet.
As for the engine under the hood, the M4 Convertible will come with the same unchanged 3.0-liter inline six-cylinder turbocharged engine as the 4-Series, with a less performance due to the added weight of the roof.
The German based manufacturer didn’t add any comments related to the rumors, but it is surely that BMW is heavily working on the Convertible.
More than that, the German luxury auto maker is also reportedly developing the next-gen of the M4 Gran Coupe.