Germany’s Carbonfiber Dynamics has decided the BMW M4 high-performance machine was looking for a power lift and has thus decided to crank things up to 700 horsepower.
The BMW M4 has been named Project M4R, and the vehicle has also received a major facelift thanks to the extensive carbon fiber body kit packing a front lip spoiler, a ventilated hood, and aerodynamic side skirts. We also giggled at the assortment of carbon fiber tidbits such as the adjustable rear wing, rear diffuser, and trunk-mounted spoiler. For decoration purposes most likely, the lightweight and strong material can also be found on the mirror caps and the front fender vents. We also noticed the 20-inch BBS wheels with Toyo Proxes T1 rubber and behind them the high-performance Mov’it braking system with discs 15.4 inches at the front and 14.9-inches at the rear.
The modifications to the powertrain included the engine’s updated turbochargers, optimized air intake, and high-flow air filter. Also on point are the titanium exhaust system, meth injection kit or the Burger Motorsport JB4 tuning module. Last, but not least, there’s also a Dodson Motorsport clutch and Bilstein B16 DampTronic coilovers. By the way, for now the tuner specialist has only squeezed around 600 horsepower and 610 pound-feet of torque but they’re not giving up until they reach the final threshold of 700 hp.