Some owners like to go with an understated finish for their brand new M4 but, for some, attracting attention is what they are after. For this owner, the choice of a Fire Orange II exterior finish was thus a perfect one, giving his BMW M4 a high-visibility look. Additionally, the high-performance coupe was taken to iND Distribution. This is where the vehicle received some impacting aftermarket touches and got turned into an even better-looking beast in every way.
For the most part, the driver of the current generation BMW M4 can rely on impressive performance numbers. The M4 is powered by a rather fuel efficient, albeit powerful engine. The 3.0 Liter BMW TwinPower Turbo engine delivering 425 horsepower is the power source for the new M4. In turn, the engine allows the BMW M4 to plow through the gears and sprint from 0-62mph (0-100km/h) in just 4.1 seconds. Furthermore, the M4 will reach an electronically limited top speed of 155mph (250km/h) as well. Overall, this is a great base for an aftermarket build.
While the Fire Orange exterior finish may be the most noticeable item on this M4, the second one is the huge RKP wing installed. Resembling the M4 DTM wing, it’s actually larger and higher than the OEM wing found on the most ludicrous street-going M4 GTS. The wing not only adds the impacting visual aspect, but it also gives the BMW M4 additional downforce in the rear, allowing for improved cornering performance. Thanks to its carbon fiber and aluminum construction, the wing is also lightweight.
The next parts installed are the BMW M Performance front lip spoiler, rear diffuser and the iND gloss black kidney grilles and painted side markers, alongside the side gills. These parts add that perfect contrasting touch but also clean up the exterior colors of the vehicle. The interior of the vehicle also saw extensive work; the M4 seen here is equipped with a full roll cage, racing bucket seats, and seatbelts that ensure the safety of the car is further upgraded too.
After the cosmetic touches were done, the owner opted in for an M Performance exhaust system. This gives his M4 a better throttle response, more horsepower and torque, with a much better exhaust sound. Finally, the vehicle is adorned with a set of BBS FI-R wheels. The wheels come in sizes of 20×8.5 and 20×10.5 in the front and rear, respectively. The wheels are finished in a Gloss Black finish, adding another nice contrasting touch to this build as well. You can take a look at the complete project gallery right below.
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