To mark the 50th anniversary of the M division, BMW has unveiled the M 50 Jahre editions of the M3 and M4 models. These high-performance sports cars come with subtle exclusive updates and are available in limited numbers for specific markets. Meanwhile, BMW has also unveiled the 1 Series and 2 Series Gran Coupé in ColorVision edition.
BMW M4 50 Jahre Edition models come with special paint schemes, such as San Marino Blue, Carbon Black, Imola Red, Macao Blue and Brands Hatch Grey. Additionally, the two-door coupe gets 19-inch front and 20-inch rear M forged alloy wheels with a two-spoke design. In addition, BMW is offering these rims for the first time in the matt Gold Bronze and matt Orbit Gray finishes.
The interior of the Jahre M4 Edition is based on the standard M4 Coupe. However, the “Edition 50 Jahre BMW M” lettering on the door sills and the “M4 Edition 50 Jahre BMW M” metal plate on the center console make this special M4 edition stand out. Additionally, the standard M Sport head restraints and optional carbon fiber front bucket seats also feature the same embroidered lettering.
On the other hand, the M3 Jahre edition is exclusively available in the United States and Canada and is limited to only 500 units. Additionally, BMW offers the M3 Jahre Edition with five distinctive exterior color options, each representing five of its predecessors. It is available in Limerock Grey, Cinnebar Red, Techno Violet, Fire Orange and Interlagos Blue. A set of forged M alloy wheels painted in matt Orbit Gray is standard on all paint schemes.
Like the M4 Jahre Edition model, this M3 also gets the “Edition 50 Jahre BMW M” lettering on the door sills and the M stripes on the head restraints. It should be noted that it not only receives a metal plate “M3 Edition 50 Jahre BMW M” on the center console, but also a model identity plate, for example “1/500”. That said, the automaker might launch the M4 Jahre edition in India.