BMW Rolls Out New M Performance Parts For Most Models

A selection of new visual and performance parts have been added to the BMW M Performance catalog for the 2-, 3-,4- and 7-Series models. All of the new parts are available individually but if purchased as a complete package, are significantly cheaper.

Uncovered by Bimmer Post, they start with the 2-Series which can now be ordered with black kidney grilles, a new front splitter, carbon fiber rear spoiler and M Performance decals on the side sills. Purchased individually, these add-ons amount to $1,685 but when bought together, that price falls to $1,450.

Next up are the 3-Series and 4-Series now available with exactly the same M Performance add-ons as the 2-Series but priced at $1,640 for the 3-Series and $3,100 for the 4-Series. The jump in price for the 4-Series is due to the availability of a blacked-out rear diffuser and a carbon fiber splitter/lip kit.

For 4-Series Convertible owners, black kidney grilles can be ordered alongside carbon fiber mirror caps, a black diffuser, black rocker panel blades and M Performance decals, adding up to $1,840 when purchased as a package.

As for the 7-Series, it is offered with the same range of parts, excluding the M Performance front splitter. In the place of the splitter are a set of new wheels and tires as well as a new piece of rear trim. You’ll need $7,235 to afford this package.

The new parts conclude with the M2, M3 and M4 models. The M2 is offered with black kidney grilles, a carbon rear spoiler, M Performance exhaust, carbon fiber exhaust tips and side sill decals, costing $5,100 all up.

The M3 and M4 Coupe meanwhile can be ordered with carbon fiber front splitters, carbon rear spoilers, the same carbon-tipped exhaust system and decals. All of this goodness comes for $7,860. M4 Convertible owners are also offered carbon fiber mirror caps.


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    • Kash

      I was thinkin the same thing and then i literally yawned in real life. lol.

  • MrPC

    I can’t wait to see the 0-60 times come down after those decals are applied.

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