2020 BMW M4 Heritage Edition

Just in case the many special editions of the M3 and M4 didn’t strike your fancy, in 2020 BMW launched yet another limited-edition of the outgoing F82 M4. Dubbed the Heritage Edition, it was effectively a Competition model in one of three exterior colors mimicking the Motorsport logo. You could choose from the shades of Laguna Seca Blue, Imola Red II, or today’s choice – Velvet Blue – and you got a special M-striped carbon-fiber roof panel, special interior trim, and the choice of a six-speed manual or the seven-speed DCT transmission. Production was limited to 750 units worldwide, and so collectability is almost assured for the future:

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Year: 2020
Model: M4 Heritage Edition
VIN: WBS4Y9C07LFJ56170
Engine: 3.0 liter twin-turbocharged inline-6
Transmission: 7-speed dual-clutch automatic
Mileage: 5,100 mi
Location: Boston, Massachusetts
Price: $82,500 Buy It Now

Up for sale is a one-owner 2020 BMW M4 Heritage edition. *Miles subject to change given this is driven weekly.

This is 1 of 750 ever produced and even less in Velvet Blue (1 of 250 is speculated). Roof is fully carbon with the BMW stripe on the left side (custom to the Heritage edition).

A few modifications: H&R Sport Springs installed by Turner Motorsports at around 2500 miles, and RW Carbon front eyelids, splitter and rear trunk spoiler. Windows are tinted by Tint King. The entire front-end and mirrors are protected with XPEL protective film. Front and rear bumper reflect delete (color matching reflectors). Stock springs to go with sale.

Velvet Blue examples were paired with Silverstone Merino leather, and the Competition Package includes 20″ Orbit Gray wheels and revised suspension and electronics packages. The S55 saw its way out with 444 horsepower, so performance isn’t much worse that the current generation G8x cars. Pricing? Well, no surprise that this isn’t a cheap one. It also has a few mods, for better or worse. It goes without saying that you can buy a new M4 for the asking price here, but if you’re seriously looking at this car it’s probably specifically because you don’t want a new one.

-Carter

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2 Comments

  1. James P Fuerstenberg

    really great looking car and much more preferable to the hideous newly styled model.

  2. ^^^ Amen to that! I shudder every time I see a new 4-series with… THE GRILLE! Ugh. Don’t these companies have people that design the cars? Whoever let that new grille slip past the approval process needs to be fired.

    I don’t think I’ve seen a heritage edition for sale before. Neat interior. The white seat centers are interesting. At least it’s not an entire sea of black inside.

    Is it just me, or is it a bit nervy of the seller to say “miles subject to change” on a 5k mile and $80k car?

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