BMW Malaysia began taking orders for the all-new BMW M3 and M4 Coupe last month, both available only solely in the Competition model. Prices for them start at RM664,800 and RM684,800 respectively, though if you’re someone looking for a car at this price, you aren’t going to buy it bog standard, are you?

In that case, BMW Malaysia is also offering an Innovation Package for the duos, which costs RM75,000 for the BMW M3 Competition and RM76,000 for the Coupe. The Innovation Package comes with a host of both aesthetic and functional kit for the cars (full list is available here), though the options list do not just end there.

For more granular control on the options list, BMW Malaysia has launched a new configurator for the cars, where you can customise your dream BMW M3 and M4 Competition to your heart’s content – but be forewarned, you’ll easily spend upwards of RM300k just on options itself if you’re like us.

For starters, if you’re looking to paint your brand-new M car in a colour outside of the standard seven finishes, you’re going to have to pony up anywhere from RM10k to RM33k for it – the latter is the price for Frozen Brilliant White Metallic. Want some extra exposed carbon fibre outside? The M Carbon exterior package will set you back RM45,920.

You can also configure your interior configure your interior upholstery with a range of leather colour options, or swap out your seats for the M carbon bucket seats at RM37,130. For something a little performance oriented, perhaps you’d want to opt for the Carbon ceramic brakes for RM80,120.

The most expensive item in the list is the M Race Track package, coming in at RM160,230 – but just like the Innovation Package, this track package also bundles quite a bit of options, including the entire BMW M Driver’s Package which already costs RM23,940 by itself.

That all sounds like a lot to stomach, but fortunately BMW Malaysia is also offering discounts for the optional equipment that you’ve selected. Add on RM30,000 to RM60,000 worth of optional extras, and you’ll receive a 5% discount on the options; anything above RM60,000 will net you a 10% discount.

If you’re looking to configure your next BMW M3 or M4 competition, or just want to poke around a little like us, you can access the configuration pages here (M3) and here (M4). Go ahead, we won’t judge.


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