The pricing includes a $995 destination charge and reflects a $500 increase over the 2016 M4 coupe.
The companion 2017 BMW M4 luxury convertible starts at $75,695, including destination fees, for a price increase of $500 compared to the 2016 M4 drop-top.
An Adaptive M Suspension is now standard, along with BMW's iDrive 5.0.
The $3,600 Executive package now includes wireless charging and a Wi-Fi hot spot with enhanced USB and Bluetooth.
Optional equipment includes unique leather seating with a leather dashboard. It adds $3,500 to the bottom line.
The M4 is equipped with a twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter inline six-cylinder engine and a standard six-speed manual transmission.
Edmunds says: The 2017 M4 coupe and convertible get revved up with some additional standard equipment and a modest price increase.