A gold-finished BMW M4 Coupe has gotten its front fascia all remodeled after being crashed on the famous German track, the Nurburgring.
How long has it been since you have seen a powerful ride getting crashed on the Nurburgring on an open track day? Well, too long, if you ask me, but this BMW M4 Coupe will make your day if you are into car crashes or it will ruin it if you happen to be a fan of the Bavarian marque. The clip posted below is showing the driver of the powerful two-door vehicle losing control of the wheel while coming out of a corner and not being able to put it on the right trace anymore.
The result is his ride getting a remodeled front fascia. Happily the damages seem to be only cosmetic as the vehicle is still drivable. The guy holding the wheel isn’t really curious in seeing how his car looks after the impact and he keeps on taking it forward. The BMW M4 Coupe has entered production in February 2014. This is the two-door version of the new M3 generation and it has a front engine and rear-wheel drive layout. It is coming as a replacement for the old M3 Coupe and it has a 3.0l inline six-cylinder engine under its hood, capable of putting down 425 HP (317 kW) and 550 Nm (410 lb-ft) of torque which is allowing it a 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) sprint made in 4 seconds with the automatic transmission. Top speed is electronically limited to 250 km/h (155 mph).