Regardless of your preferences and favorites, most will agree that the BMW M4 is a great machine with handsome looks, impressive driving dynamics and for most drivers, plenty of power.
Nevertheless, for whatever reason, the person whose name is written in the papers of this example wasn’t that happy with the first part. Thus, they commissioned a slew of aftermarket parts to customize the looks of the Bavarian performance coupe.
Among other things, it sports rolled out fenders, spoilers all around, and a large wing sitting on the boot lid. Every visible piece of metal was wrapped in satin red, the taillights received a smoky finish and the body was slammed for extra visual credit.
Finally, there’s a new wheel set that comes from Z-Performance. Finished in Sparkling Silver and measuring 9×20-inch at the front and 10.5×20-inch at the rear, they are called ZP6.1 Super Deep Concave. They start at around €360 (equal to $441) each, but in these dimensions, they cost €1,890 ($2,316) per set.
From the wheel maker’s Facebook post, we can’t tell if this BMW M4 Coupe, has undergone any performance upgrades. Still, the stock model makes 431PS (425hp) and 550Nm (406lb-ft) of torque from a twin-turbo 3.0-liter inline-six engine. This results in a 0-100km/h (0-62mph) sprint in 4.1sec with the seven-speed DCT, and a top speed electronically capped at 250km/h (155mph).
The next-gen M4, which is in development alongside its four-door sibling, the M3, is believed to continue to use a twin-turbo 3.0-liter engine. Output is expected to rise to 480hp, and combined with a weight loss of approximately 40kg (88lbs), and other work carried beneath the skin, it should allow it to reach 100km/h (62mph) in just under 4.0sec.