No question about it, the front section with the XXL kidney on the new BMW M4 and the technically identical M3 still causes heated discussions. And they even go so far that renowned tuners like Prior Design thought long and hard about alternatives for the front section do. While the rest of the vehicle was designed by BMW to be attractive and sporty and dynamic as usual, the front should apparently be "defused" with the help of third-party providers. But the designer Jon Sibal presented a virtually subtly modified specimen that doesn't really call for a smaller kidney. The design is extremely successful, which is largely due to the noble paintwork in carbon black. And that's exactly what we thought a few weeks ago expressed with our rendering. Although the completely black BMW M4 Coupe is still polarizing, the new design with the large grille is now integrated much more harmoniously.
Carbon black and BBS Alus
The new look is no longer so unusual and a large part of this is due to the lack of the bright colors that the BMW presentation vehicles wore at the virtual world premiere at the end of September. Because with the new vinyl dress in Sao Paulo yellow uni, in Toronto red metallic or in Isle of Man green metallic, the contrast with the black bars was just too violent. The brutal lines in the front became even more present and somehow even more unsightly. But if you look at the new M4 Coupe from a significantly darker angle, a completely different picture emerges. Suddenly the angry black wolf is standing here in handsome wolf fur. The M3 / M4 will be a sleeper, but not in this life. As already mentioned, the design comes from Jon Sibal, an American designer. He has been known for years for his studies on old and brand new vehicles.
Rims, lowering and a completely black design
Sibal writes about the rendering: "The front of the new BMW M4 is undoubtedly polarizing. I saw a number of Photoshop images that had smaller kidneys. Some are nicer than others, but in my opinion it felt bland compared to the larger grill. Dark paintwork helped more so I figured I'd render a picture with the same carbon black paintwork as my E36 wears it and for fun it came with the same set of BBS E88 rims and lowering kits too”. And in fact, the M4 looks much more coherent than we think. And that although no essential lines have been changed. Rims, lowering and a completely black design. And a really stylish new BMW M4 G82 is ready. PS. The following video shows a copy in gray on Mag Blue Rays TE37 Alus. Here, too, we really like the result! If we get even more pictures, there will of course be an update for this report. You will be informed of this if you simply use ours Feed subscribe to. Have fun watching the pictures and stay true to us!
Photo / s + video: Jon Sibal Design
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Jonsibal BMW M4 Coupe (G82) in carbon black!
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