SEMA brings tweaks to the BMW M4 and M2

by • December 3, 2015 • NewsComments (0)10625

The BMW M4 Coupé is regarded as the ultimate driving machine and the benchmark for sporty driving dynamics in its class. For the SEMA show, the Bavarian automaker fitted the M4 with a carbon aero kit including new front elements, diffuser, and spoiler, as well as wing mirror caps. The side sills are done in plastic, and the grilles have been blacked out. The whole thing rides on a lowered coilover suspension, and features a new two-mode stainless-steel exhaust system with titanium silencer and carbon tips.

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Meanwhile, the interior is trimmed out in carbon fiber and Alcantara with new a steering wheel, shifter, pedals, and LED door projectors.

Not to be out done the SEMA show also presented BMW with the opportunity to present its first M Performance parts for the new M2 coupe. The smaller model has received new grilles, a carbon rear spoiler and mirror caps, as well as new suspension components and exhaust. The interior has similarly been done up with new control surfaces, carbon accents and Alcantara trim.

You can expect to see all this kit coming to BMW dealers in June of 2016.

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