Nowadays, it’s not unusual to see tuned sports models with more power than modern stock supercars. This particular BMW M4 Coupe, spotted in Belgium not long ago, is the perfect example.
The car has received a turbo upgrade, new air intake and probably other work, which have lifted the output up to an astonishing 720 PS (710 hp / 530 kW). That’s an extra 289 PS (285 hp / 213 kW) produced by the M4’s 3.0-liter six-banger, which should help it do the 0-100 km/h (0-62 mph) in less than the stock car’s 4.1 seconds when fitted with the dual-clutch transmission.
Apart from the upgraded engine, this M4 Coupe features an Ohlins suspension with a lower ground clearance, aftermarket wheels from HRE and a massive wing at the back which, well, is a bit OTT for a road-going vehicle – not to mention mounted way too high.
With the entire bundle of upgrades up and running, the BMW M4 Coupe did the usual sprints in front of bystanders, where it had a hard time laying down those horses on the wet road surface. But you can see for yourselves on film that follows right after the jump.