A standard 2014 BMW M4 is quite a special car to look at and an even better one to drive. However, for customers looking for a little bit more, the BMW M Performance aerodynamic parts are available to give the latest BMW sports car an added flair.
BMW has just revealed a host of cool pictures of an M4 wearing some of the optional aerodynamics parts. They include things like a rear bootlid lip spoiler, an aggressive carbon fibre rear diffuser, carbon fibre tailpipes, carbon fibre front air intake surrounds as well as a selection of carbon fibre trim in the cabin as well as a steering wheel with a special race display.
Under the hood, both the new M3 sedan and M4 coupe are of course fitted with a twin-turbocharged six-cylinder engine revving to 7,600 rpm and producing an impressive 431 hp between 5,390 rpm and 7,000 rpm and 406 lb-ft of torque from a low 1,800 rpm to 5,390rpm. That torque figure is available across a broad rev range and is an improvement over the outgoing BMW E92 M3 of 40 per cent.
In addition to this increase in power and torque, both new models weigh around 80 kg less than a comparably equipped predecessor model. As a result, the BMW M4 Coupe tips the scales at 1,497 kg while the M3 Sedan stands at 1,520 kg in base specification. These weight savings have been achieved through the extensive use of carbon fiber reinforced plastic as well as a carbon fiber roof and aluminium chassis and body components.