In a rare move, BMW has revealed its lineup for the New York Motor Show, featuring an updated version of its iconic M4.
The 2017 BMW M5 is now available with the M5 Sport and M5 Convertible, the first BMWs to include the sporty M5 coupe.
The sedan’s name is the same as the coupe’s nameplate, which is pronounced as “man” in the United States.
BMW also has a new version of the M3 sedan, which will be called the M4 sedan.
The new M4 is based on the new M5 sport coupe, which was announced earlier this year.
In the M8, the BMW M2 coupe replaced the M7 coupe in the lineup, but this time, it will feature a more muscular body with more space for cargo.
The M8 will get an upgraded M Performance Package that will offer up to 15 percent better fuel economy.
The M4 Convertible will be available in two variants: a 5-passenger sedan and a 5.7-liter V8 sedan.
Both models will feature the new 3.0-liter turbocharged V6, which features an eight-speed dual-clutch transmission.
Both will get the same 675 horsepower and 570 pound-feet of torque.
Both models will be offered in either a leather or aluminum body.
The 2018 BMW M3 Convertible is set to go on sale in late 2019.