If you really want to make extreme changes to the BMW M4 F82 Coupe you can either use it Liberty Walk widebody kit, with the well-known open glands, or you can grab the more elaborate and even more extreme Vorsteiner GTRS4 Kit from the tuner from America! In both versions, there is hardly anything left of the originally very elegantly drawn coupé from Munich, and especially the Vorsteiner variant lets the M4 appear completely different. All around the extreme body kit ensures a grown body, but the most extreme components are definitely the completely redesigned rear side walls. My personal opinion is that the shape of the side walls doesn't really match the rest of the vehicle, but in the end everyone has to decide for themselves. The fact is that with the additional components at the rear, the M4 has grown by almost 9cm (3,5 inches) "on each side" and is therefore even significantly wider than the current BMW 7 Series G11 / G12. But even at the front there is a significant plus of over 5cm (2 inches) on each side, but here the newly developed fenders fit much better with the adjacent components such as the doors of the M4.
The GTRS4 kit also includes a carbon front bumper with integrated front splitter, carbon aero side skirts, as well as a carbon rear bumper with integrated rear diffuser and a fixed rear spoiler on the trunk lid. And exactly this body kit was installed on this metallic black painted M4, and as if that weren't enough, the English team had it Yiannimize-Refined (London) a very noticeable foliation in Metallic Satin Green to. While the M4 with the black body possibly still a minimal track understatement brought with it is now completely history. The eye-catching foliation, in combination with the many carbon / black shiny accents, makes the Munich coupe a complete eyecatcher and it is almost impossible to overlook the GTRS4. Of course, the elegant HRE S201 alloy wheels whose dimensions have not yet been known to us are also a big part of the new style.
But we assume that at least 20 × 13 inch format is installed on the rear axle because this is the only way to fill the extremely wide wheel arches at all. The most discreet components come from the BMW M Performance Parts shelf and refer to a set of black kidneys and gills. 😋 A very impressive vehicle that is definitely one of the most complex conversions on tuningblog.eu so far. If we get more detailed information about the modifications, there will of course, as always, be an update for this report. The best thing is to subscribe to our feed and if there is something new you will be informed immediately. We hope you enjoy looking at the pictures.
These are the changes to the BMW M4 F82 Coupe:
- BMW GTRS4 carbon widebody kit (front bumper with integrated front splitter, front fenders (2 inches wider on each side), aero side skirts, rear parts right & left (3,5 inches wider on each side), rear bumper with integrated rear diffuser, rear spoiler)
- Satin green wrapping all around (metallic) + black accents
- BMW M Performance Parts kidneys & gills
- HRE Performance Wheels S201 rims (Brushed Dark Clear, approx. 20 inches)
- Lowering (sports springs, coil springs, sports suspension, coilover suspension - more information is not available)
- possibly a performance increase - (chip tuning, tuning box, compressor or turbo conversion, NOS etc. - more information is not available)
- possibly a sports exhaust system (more information is not available)
We still have many thousands more tuning reports on tuningblog.eu, if you wanted to see an excerpt then just click HERE. And we also have some other M4's with body kit, the following is a small excerpt:
the stern is wide over 2m
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