And it’s here to stay, so you’d better get used to it because it is probably the best-looking modified version of the performance two-door midsized coupe.
And if you place it against a modified Ferrari 458 Italia, it will look even better and it should drive fans of the Bavarian based company mad with its insane looks. First thing noticeable is the white finish covering its body, along with the M stripe. Next comes the new aftermarket body kit, which is adding a new carbon fiber front splitter, a rear bootlid lip spoiler, a rear diffuser, flared front and rear wheel arches and several other goodies. The black-finished five-spoke alloy wheels should also be mentioned here.
Last but not least, the Japanese based tuning company has added an air suspension system, which can raise the ride height and also bring it closer to the road, for an even more insane look. We are not sure at this point whether the aftermarket specialists have performed any modifications in the cabin or if the engine remains stock, but that doesn’t matter that much when the exterior looks as good as it does here. We will remind you that the stock BMW M4 Coupe is making use of a 3.0 liter six-cylinder twin turbo engine, rated at 430 HP (320 kW) and 550 Nm (410 lb-ft) of torque, connected to a 6-speed manual or a 7-speed M-DCT transmission. With the automatic, this needs 3.9 seconds to reach 100 km/h (62 mph) from a standstill and it can go up to an electronically limited top speed of 250 km/h (155 mph).