For starters, the stock M4 wheels come off and are being replaced by a head-turning set of Velos S3 wheels in 20×10 / 20×11 for MCCB fitment in Matte Clear finish. The wheels are wrapped in Michelin Pilot Super Sports sized 265/30/20 front and 285/30/20 rear. To improve its stance and driving dynamics, the M4 has been lowered and now uses a KW V3 coilover system.
The company says more mods will follow, including an aero kit from Mode Carbon, so we will expect to see a carbon fiber splitter, rear spoiler, side mirrors housing and the usual black kidney grille.
No power upgrades were given the M4 at this time, but being familiar with the shop’s previous projects, we would expect to see a Stage 1 power kit which could increase the M4’s power to somewhere around 500 horsepower.