Extreme-tuned BMW M4 comes with 710 HP image

Tuner Hoffy Automobiles announced the new 2016 MAMBA GT3 Street Concept, a project that will radically transform the BMW M4 Coupe.

This menacing appearance is the creation of Detroit-based Hoffy Automobiles that wants to give the world a “new street and track dominator”. The MAMBA GT3 Street Concept uses a F82 base BMW M4 series engineering chassis and powertrain as a base platform. The widebody styling package itself is made using a proprietary Carbon Ceramic Composites material and is designed by Casborn Styling Studio. Hoffy took the inspiration for its name “MAMBA” from the deadliest and most ferocious snake on the planet, a proper identity for such extreme design.

The engineering package took the standard bi-turbo 3.0-litre engine from 425 HP to no less than 710 HP. The tuner claims the RPM and peek torque numbers have been increased well over 10 percent beyond the stock BMW M4 official figures and the “Mamba” will accelerate from stand still to 60 mph under 3.1 seconds with a top speed of over 210 mph.

Currently, the MAMBA GT3 CONCEPT program has been under final stages of development and will offer bespoke packages direct to dealers and private clientele – including carbon ceramic exterior Widebody package, a new designed set of matching stance 21 inch Rims, alcantara and leather combinations for the interior, custom paint codes and performance engineering tuning stage level selections. An official launch of the production version is scheduled for February 2016 when the kit will go on sale.