Precision Sport Industries kicks off another BMW M4 project. The Florida-based tuning shop got their hands on a new Alpine White M4 and decided to change its looks.

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.

BMW F82 M4 by PSI - Velos + KW Suspension13

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.