We have just discovered a chic, tuned BMW M4 F82 in Austin Yellow on the Rotiform Wheels team. In addition to various other changes such as a significant lowering that was certainly achieved by means of Airride or coilover suspension, the main focus of the tuner is certainly on the new built Rotiform DUS wheel set in black, which is an absolute asset to the car and me compared to the series wheels, which can be described as boring somehow reminiscent of the Hamann Anniversary Evo alloy wheels like them, for example this BMW X6 M F86 were installed. Many more details were not actually posted, but pictures are known to say more than a thousand words. Nevertheless, we of course took a closer look at the car and made comparisons with the production version and discovered one or the other change. What we have learned directly from the tuner and have recognized ourselves, we provide you in a small summary below. Should you discover any further changes, we would be pleased if you let us know in the "comment box", we will of course include them in the post.
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These are the details of the vehicle:
- Rotiform DUS wheelset in black (estimated 20 inches)
- blue calipers
- black BMW kidneys & gills
- unknown lowering (coilovers, airride air suspension)
- darkened windows all around
- possibly a performance increase - (chip tuning, tuning box, compressor or turbo conversion, NOS etc. - info is pending)
- unknown sports exhaust system
Certainly, new information and certainly new pictures and videos will soon be online. As soon as this is the case, we will of course put it online and inform you about it.
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