Blacked Out BMW M4 With Vorsteiner Aero Parts And Custom Wheels

BMW M4, Tuning | September 21st, 2016 by 0
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There are several looks you can go with for your aftermarket BMW M4 build. One of them is the blacked out look, a clean, aggressive and …

There are several looks you can go with for your aftermarket BMW M4 build. One of them is the blacked out look, a clean, aggressive and a no drama set of visual upgrades. The Batmobile theme gives the M4 quite a sinister look, all while being clean and classy throughout.

For the most part, this project prominently features a set of Vorsteiner aerodynamics parts and custom wheels. The aero package comprises of the Vorsteiner EVO carbon fiber front splitter, Vorsteiner EVO carbon fiber trunk spoiler and the Vorsteiner GTS carbon fiber rear diffuser. All these parts are made out of pre-prag carbon fiber, offering supreme rigidity and excellent weight savings, alongside the increased downforce and/or better airflow for this vehicle.

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The next step in this build are a set of Vorsteiner V-FF 102 Flow Forged wheels. A lightweight wheel design, paired with excellent strength and quality materials make for a perfect choice for the M4. Sizes for these wheels are 20×8.5 in the front and 20×10.5 in the rear, respectively. With a Carbon Graphite finish, the wheels match perfectly the theme of the car. The multispoke design is also a nice change from the usual designs we’ve been seeing lately. The wheels are wrapped in Pirelli P Zero tires, sized 255/30/20 in the front and 295/30/20 in the rear, respectively.

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Furthermore, the M4 features a full lineup of IND Distribution visual upgrades: IND carbon fiber steering wheel trim, iND painted kidney G+grilles (w/ M Stripe), iND painted sidemarkers, iND painted front reflectors, iND painted rear reflectors were installed, alongside an M Performance carbon fiber mirror caps.

Take a look at the full build in detail in the gallery below.

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