Turner Motorsport unveils their Project F82 M4 finished in BMW Individual Tanzanite Blue Metallic. This shade of dark blue has a very high amount of metallic flake in the paintwork, giving the car an impressive appearance, especially in direct sunlight. The exterior is very classy and gives the M4 a somewhat understated tone. The interior is finished in Full Sonoma Beige Merino leather. With its rich, light saddle-brown color, the leather is an excellent contrast to the dark and shiny exterior color. Together they create a F82 M4 that is subtle and elegant on the outside, with a powerful and aggressive drivetrain and suspension that lies underneath the surface.
The M4 received a Bilstein PSS10 Coilover Suspension Kit for F80 M3, F82 M4. The Bilstein PSS10 Coilover Suspension combines all of the performance of a high performance coil over, without the compromise in ride quality. On the road the suspension performs exactly as you would want. It’s stiffer than stock but remains comfortable and compliant for everyday driving. The PSS10 kit works well with the F82 chassis, free of any bouncing or unsettled movements following the change to the coil over setup. Ride height is adjustable from -10mm to -35mm (front) and -20mm to -35 (rear) with 10 way adjustable Bilstein shocks/struts. The drop in overall ride height gives our F82 M4 a more streamlined profile. When paired together with the HRE FF01 Flowform Wheels measuring 20×9″ front and 20×10″ rear they complete a much more aggressive stance that really lets you know the M4 has the performance to back up its exterior appearance.
When it came to enhancing the exterior of their Project F82 M4, Turner wanted to try something different. While the M4 comes from the factory with aggressive body lines, they felt the M4 was in need of some additional enhancement to really set the car off. For this first Project M4 Turner decided to try Mode Carbon’s line of F8x carbon fiber exterior pieces.
For the front of our M4, the tuning company chose Mode Carbon’s GTS Front Splitter. This two-piece stepped splitter is very aggressive in both its size and appearance. A rear trunk lid spoiler was added as well. The final piece in the puzzle is the rear diffuser. It features a different design from the M Performance part, with two larger fins instead of three smaller on the M Performance Diffuser.
The three Mode Carbon pieces elongates the overall profile of the car from front to rear, making it more aggressive and menacing, while also appearing more sleek and streamlined.
To complete the M4’s exterior appearance, Turner installed a set of Forgeline GA1r Forged Monoblock Wheels, measuring 20×9.5″ front and 20×11.0″ rear. They are finished in Transparent Smoke finish. These wheels not only look great on the M4, rounding off the vehicle’s aggressive and classy appearance, they also very lightweight and are very strong. Fitment and finish is excellent.
Enjoy some picturesque New England autumn foliage with the Turner Project F82 M4.