BMW M4 Convertible with BMW M Performance Tuning

BMW M4, Tuning | January 6th, 2015 by 2
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Abu Dhabi Motors is back once again with a special edition BMW. This time, the local M branch decided to seduce their customers with a …

Abu Dhabi Motors is back once again with a special edition BMW. This time, the local M branch decided to seduce their customers with a BMW M4 Convertible in Austin Yellow and featuring a series of M Performance Parts. Going beyond the scope of the M accessory catalog, the dealership added to the M4 Cabrio colored double struts on the kidney grille, which provide an even clearer indication that this is an M vehicle.

The Austin Yellow M Performance aerodynamic parts fitted on this beauty are matched with the Alcantara interior trim painted in the same Austin Yellow color. The BMW M Performance exterior program for the BMW M4 F83 Cabrio includes a carbon fiber front apron with additional front splitter, matching side skirts, a rear diffuser and a rear spoiler made from carbon, black kidney and carbon mirror caps.

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For a better sound, the BMW M Performance exhaust system made of titanium was installed on the car with optional tailpipes made of carbon fiber.

The BMW M4 F83 Cabrio uses the same engine as the M4 Coupe and M3 sedan – a twin-turbo inline six-cylinder with 431 hp. Depending on the transmission, the car runs to 100 km/h in 4.4 to 4.6 seconds. With the optional M Driver’s Package, the top speed is raised to 280 km/h.

Here is a full photo gallery of this Austin Yellow M4 Cabriolet.

2 responses to “BMW M4 Convertible with BMW M Performance Tuning”

  1. […] a set of H&R Lowering Springs that allow it to sit lower and offers better handling. The BMW M Performance gloss black kidney grilles and painted side markers complete the look, providing a clean and […]

  2. […] the BMW F80 M3. Kaege is actually one of the first tuning companies out there to release a full performance tuning program for the new M3, thanks to the installation of a plug and play […]

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