BMW M4 Concept – Amazing Renderings

BMW M4, Featured Posts | January 26th, 2013 by 33
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Here are some amazing renderings of what the BMW M4 Concept could look like. The photoshoped images are based on the BMW 4 Series Coupe …

Here are some amazing renderings of what the BMW M4 Concept could look like. The photoshoped images are based on the BMW 4 Series Coupe introduced in Detroit and were created by the talented rendering artist Jerry Alvarez (JAdesigns75.deviantart.com).

Based on information we learned in the past and a little bit of common sense, we can say that the renderings are not too far from the real deal and if the car turns out like this, it will be a HUGE hit for BMW. Seen here are an aggressive front bumper with styling cues imported from the 1M and M6 models, as well as a carbon fiber rooftop. The side lines have also been enhanced to give the car a more muscular and sporty look. As expected flared fenders and side skirts are present, along with M wheels.

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The air vents are large in size with angled fins that give the car not only a road-focused look, but also a dominating stance. The M4 rendering also shows a hood bulge on the hood, typical to M3 models.

The F80 and F82 M3 and M4 drop the V8 naturally-aspirated engine in favor of a new inline-six engine that sources say will develop around 450 horsepower. The new M4 is expected to be slightly faster than the current E92 generation thanks to a lower weight achieved by use of lightweight materials, such as aluminum and carbon fiber.

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The engine is mated to a double-clutch transmission 7-speed transmission. The U.S. enthusiasts will most likely see a manual transmission option as well.

Expect the BMW M4 to debut in Spring of 2014.

Leave us your comments in the section below.

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[Photos: Jerry Alvarez | JAdesigns75.deviantart.comcom]
  • Giom

    These ARE good! I’m sure the overall effect will be very likewise!

    • Jerry Alvarez

      Sure will!

  • John

    Amazing renderings!!! God I wish the M4 will look like this.

    • Jerry Alvarez

      Thanks, from known sources it will most likely look like that.

      • Lemuel Remon Taylor

        Amazing stuff Jerry. You must be a BMW insider :-)

  • Jerry Alvarez

    Guys thanks for the compliments, There is alittle error on the link to my Art page. he will fix it as soon as he can it was my error i told him the wrong one, the correct one is JAdesigns75.deviantART.com thank you :)

    • Horatiu

      Fixed and thank you again, awesome renderings!

      • Daniel

        Dude, great job on these! Talented! Hope to see more stuff in the future!

        • Jerry Alvarez

          Thank you and you will see more soon :)

      • Jerry Alvarez

        Thank you.

  • Willy T

    They shouldn’t ‘drop’ the V8 as everyone was excited to see a factory V8 in an M3. Instead they should turbo the V8 (or I prefer it supercharged). This seems like the natural evolution, rather than going backwards to a Z4 turbo-six. If anyone is worried about fuel economy, they can buy something else. It’s only a small 4,0 anyway. Just my two-cents, but then I don’t understand half of what BMW is doing these days. -And I’m not calling it an M4.

    • gnuman05

      Turbo six’s have proven themselves to be quite potent this day and age, so swapping the powerplant for a lighter, more economical and more powerful one seems like the logical path to take. And although it may not sound as good, it’ll go just as good, even better. Companies shouldn’t have to increase the displacement of their engines every year to create better vehicles. If anything they should be decreasing it, just as BMW is doing with the next gen. of M vehicles. I too am struggling with the name change though, seems unnecessary.

  • gnuman05

    Turbo six’s have proven themselves to be quite potent this day and age, so swapping the powerplant for a lighter, more economical and more powerful one seems like the logical path to take. And although it may not sound as good, it’ll go just as good, even better. Companies shouldn’t have to increase the displacement of their engines every year to create better vehicles. If anything they should be decreasing it, just as BMW is doing with the next gen. of M vehicles. I’m struggling with the name change too though, seems unnecessary.

    • Jerry Alvarez

      Thank you i was hoping to get that reaction from everyone.

      • Stylinred

        amazing work

  • Butch37

    Best rendering I’ve ever seen…Really reminds me of E46 M3…

  • Lemuel Remon Taylor

    Having seen the leaked photos of the new M4 concept, it is intriguing how accurate the renders were.

    • Lemuel Remon Taylor

      When I initially saw these a few months back, I could have sworn this was the real unveiling. And in some ways seeing the color of the leaked car, I wish it was.

  • Vu Le Hai

    Not thing imposible to bmw

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