Even though the standard BMW M4 is all you can wish for in a sports coupe, the German auto maker offers a range of M Performance parts through which you can customize the car and enhance its looks and performance. So let’s see what a fully-loaded BMW M4 M Performance looks like.
On the outside, the difference between a standard M4 and the M Performance is abundantly clear. The optional M racing colors stripe aside, BMW M4 M Performance comes with a carbon fiber aero package including a more prominent front splitter and sexy intake grilles, side skirts, boot lid spoiler, and a neat rear diffuser.
The diffuser accommodates no less than four round tailpipes with carbon fiber cover and M logo, connected to – if you have checked the right box on the options list – an Akrapovic exhaust system. Carbon fiber mirror caps and roof are also included as standard. Other notable features include 19-inch M wheels in gloss black and gold brake calipers.
BMW M4 M Performance kit comes with lots of interior options, but the most interesting of them all is the sport steering wheel wrapped in Alcantara and accented with carbon and aluminum as well as M color stitching, featuring a digital display for the gear shift and so on, and LED rev lights.
Pictures courtesy of BMW Abu Dhabi