BMW has released a new batch of photos showing off a new 2015 BMW M4 that commemorates a faithful customer’s 25 years of driving M cars. Customized by BMW Individual Manufaktur, this one-of-a-kind M4 features plenty of bespoke touches and Easter eggs for fans of fast BMWs.

Let’s start on the outside. The body has been painted up in a unique shade BMW calls Macao Blue metallic, which is apparently similar to the color of the customer’s first M car, while the BMW M front splitter, grill and rear spoiler have all been finished in black. The three stripes from the BMW M logo run the length of the carbon-fiber roof over the driver-side window.

Inside, the seats are wrapped in black Merino leather with Silverstone gray inserts and stitching, and the headrests sport special 25th anniversary logos with the customer’s initials. The center console is Silverstone gray with an embroidered, black hand-brake lever. The dash features more black leather with Silverstone gray stitching, and carbon fiber panels with Macao Blue accents.

No performance enhancements were made, but with 425 horsepower and 406 pound-feet of torque at just 1,850 rpm, the M4 isn’t exactly lacking for pace. Thanks to aluminum suspension, subframes and carbon-fiber reinforced plastic bodywork, weight has been kept to 3,300 pounds, which is 176 less than the car it replaces. It all translates to a 0-60 time of 4.1 seconds and a Nürburgring lap time of 7 minutes 52 seconds.

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Why it matters

As long as you don’t have notions of a pink and green X6 with leopard-print seats, BMW Individual Manufaktur will customize your BMW with an assortment of color combinations, custom logos and leather options, including wilder stuff like snakeskin dash leather and personalized monograms. Remember the 2012 BMW M3 Frozen Silver Edition and 2013 BMW M5 M Performance Edition? They were Individual Manufaktur’s work as well.

2015 BMW M4 Coupe

2015 BMW M4 Coupe High Resolution Exterior
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