The M4 is more than just the next hot thing from Bavaria. It’s also become the evolutionary bridge between the M3 and the M5 , combining elements of both models to become what some believe to be the best of both worlds. The M4’s stature has thus given BMW another reason to present the sports coupe with a new M Performance Aerodynamic package, making the model even more desirable than it already is.
This particular M4 with M Performance Aeodynamic Parts actually comes by way of BMW Abu Dhabi. That partly explains why BMW chose to spice up the M4, as people in that country are serious about their sports cars .
More often than not, stock models don’t cut the mustard there, hence the need to give the M4 unique upgrades to make it interesting to Middle Eastern buyers.
We don’t know how anyone could find the M4 not exciting enough, but I guess that’s of the biggest reasons why this M Performance Aerodynamic Parts package was unveiled in that part of the world. It’s safe to say that BMW knows its clientele very well in all parts of the world.
So, what doe the M4 with M Performance Aerodynamic Parts bring to the table?
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BMW M4 With M Performance Aerodynamic Parts in detail
The new M4 with M Performance Aerodynamic Package continues BMW’s love affair with its newest model-of-the-hour. One look and you immediately notice the the M tri-color lines prominently plastered around the sports coupe, running along the side body lines and extending all the way to the front.
A new carbon-fiber front splitter also makes an appearance on the M4, joining the new intake grilles to create a more aggressive look. Out back, more carbon-fiber goodies show up, including a trunk-mounted spoiler and a diffuser that houses a quad-pipe Akrapovic exhaust system.
The car also receives a new set of bigger and more polished wheels than the stock model. The ones featured on this package are of the 19-inch, glossy-black, M double-spoke alloy variety with matching, gold-painted brake calipers. Whoever said a splash of bling was a bad idea hasn’t seen this specially prepared M4.
Finally, the interior of the M4 is given an Alcantara-wrapped steering wheel with carbon-fiber and aluminum inserts. A new digital display is also thrown in for good measure.
The BMW M4 represents a lot of things for BMW. For one, it’s got some big shoes to fill in replacing the M3 Coupe as the fastest, small two-door in BMW’s lineup.
Fortunately, BMW prepared the M4 to be up to the challenge of replacing a legend, stuffing a 3.0-liter, straight-six, turbocharged engine that spews out 425 horsepower and 406 pound-feet of torque.
That much power has gives the M4 the ability to sprint from 0 to 60 mph in about 3.9 to 4.1 seconds, depending on the transmission. Sadly, BMW still kept the top speed limited, so the M4 fun stops at 155 mph.