/M Performance Parts For BMW 4 Series Detailed

M Performance Parts For BMW 4 Series Detailed

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Even though the unveiling of the new M4 Concept at Pebble Beach is the dominant BMW news, the German car maker decided to also release the details of their new M Performance Parts for the normal 4 Series. The idea is to provide those who don’t need the power of the M4  – or just can’t afford it – with similar looks and driving feel.

The M treatment for the 4Series begins with M Performance Power Kit that increases the power output without affecting the fuel consumption and CO2 emissions. It is available for the BMW 420d (+12Kw, +40Nm), BMW 430d (+20kW, +40Nm) and BMW 435i (+25kW, +50Nm).

Then we have the M Silencers for the models BMW 428i and BMW 435i with BMW M Performance tailpipe embellishers in chrome, as well as in carbon for the BMW 435i. Other performance-oriented parts include a limited-slip differential and sport-tuned M suspension, M brake system with red, yellow or orange calipers and the BMW M Performance light alloy wheels.

The wheels are available in 20-inch formats and two design variants, as well as bi-colour look in Ferric Grey with burnished spoke fronts. There is also a set of 18-inch winter wheels that you can order.

Then there is the cosmetic updates with a thorough kit, consisting of black radiator grid for the BMW kidney grille, a diffuser insert for the rear apron, side sill foils with M Performance inscription, BMW M Performance side stripes and carbon front splitters, mirror caps and rear spoiler.

It continues inside where you get a sports steering wheel with red central marking or Race Display in 12 o’clock position as well as gear lever and handbrake handle in carbon including Alcantara gaiter. Further carbon trimming and Alcantara-clad parts, as well as steel pedal set, are also available.

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