The Sakhir Orange SEMA Build By Precision Sport Industries was already covered earlier on our site. The M4 project is a true showcase of some excellent high-quality aftermarket parts for the new M sports cars. Companies like Vorsteiner, Brembo or BC Racing have contributed to the project, along with PSI who delivered the roll-bar inside the car.
The exterior is dominated by a complete Vorsteiner GTS F8X aero program, Vorsteiner VSE-005 Forged Wheels and Brembo BBK brakes. To many, Sakhir Orange is one of the best color finishes BMW offers with the current generation performance coupe and PSI managed to further elevate the exterior appearance.
After the recent SEMA Show ended, this M4 departed on a great journey across the country to its home back in Florida!
“Rather than simply ship our M4 Club Sport back to Florida, we instead envisioned a cross country journey from coast to (nearly) coast, beginning in the beautiful state of California,” says PSI. “The purpose of this extended trip was primarily to test out the prototype BC Racing coilover system and fine-tune the settings under various driving conditions, but of course it would be a crime not to create a collection of stirring photos in several truly memorable locations along the way.”
Here are some breathtaking scenes from this trip, with part two coming up later.
1. Los Angeles, CA
Departing Las Vegas, we piloted the car to sunny Los Angeles for a few great shoots, and to show the car some big city life. Some of you may recognize these and other iconic spots during our travels. Photographers seem to love Lower Grande, so who were we to disappoint?
2. Helendale, CA
We continued through Helendale, a truly remote place with spectacular vistas. The serene majesty takes your breath away.
3. Mojave National Preserve
The desert can seem like a wasteland to some, but there are sunsets and scenery you will never see anywhere else in the world.
4. Selena, UT
Heading into Utah, the mountains rose, the air thinned out, and we were glad for forced induction. This is yet a different type of terrain for the Club Sport suspension to be subjected to, and we were eager to see how our build would cope with the stresses of extreme terrain.
5. Ferron, UT
This was canyon country. When we weren’t gaping at the sheer cliff faces, the winding pavement beckoned to us. It takes stronger people than us to resist that kind of call!