Easily one of the hottest modern BMWs around, the M4 CS can become even quicker than when it left the factory floor with a few tweaks.
G-Power’s bundle of upgrades, for example, takes the stock twin-turbo 3.0-liter inline-six up to 600PS (592hp) and 740Nm (546lb-ft) of torque.
The extra 140PS (138hp) and 140Nm (103lb-ft) of torque over the regular model was achieved with a combination of hardware and software modifications. As a result, the M4 CS now takes just 3.7 seconds to hit 100km/h (62mph) from a standstill and maxes out at 320km/h (199mph), a 0.2sec and 42km/h (26mph) improvement over the stock model.
Its supercar slaying abilities have been enhanced by the German tuner with the addition of a new exhaust system. Crafted from titanium, it features four 90mm (3.54in) carbon fiber tailpipes and provides the CS with a deeper sound, as highlighted in the video that follows below.
Making sure that its look matches its new grunt, the BMW M4 CS has been fitted with a fully adjustable coilover suspension and a set of Hurricane RR forged alloy wheels. The rim set is 9.0×20- and 10.5×21-inch front and rear respectively, and it’s shod in 265/30 front and 295/25 rear tires.