The Alpine White BMW M4 seen here features a full body conversion, custom wheels and an airride. The BMW GTRS4 Widebody Limited Edition aerodynamics program has been recently unveiled by the California-based aftermarket company offering customers the chance to stand out in a sea of M4 cars. Additionally, this M4 gets a set of ADV7 Track Spec wheels. The build looks pristine, despite being one of the most aggressive aftermarket jobs.

They design and engineering team at Vorsteiner worked in tandem to ensure the wider fenders and wheels were functional. Next, they strategically crafted air ducts for optimal cooling towards the front brakes, while paying attention to aerodynamic ventilation for the inbound air to exit.

The front fenders have a total span of 4 inches while the rear quarter panels sit 7 inches wider than its original form. Special designed three-piece forged wheels in 20×10.5J and 20×13.5J, respectively were created, all in order to fit the 275 and 345 width tires. This allows the BMW F82 M4 with this aero program to sit wider and more imposing that anything seen so far on the market.

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The aero kit consists of a carbon fiber front bumper with an integrated front splitter element, wide front fenders with ventilation (2 inches wider each side), followed by aero side blade elements, wide rear fenders (3.5 inches wider each side) and a carbon fiber rear bumper with an integrated rear diffuser element. Additionally, you can order the Vorsteiner 90mm quad exhaust tip finishers in either Brushed or Diamond Black, a set of Vorsteiner embroidered colored floor and trunk mat set. A Vorsteiner chrome trunk badging completes the full details on the exterior.

Wheels Boutique wrapped up the entire build. Check out the media gallery of this M4 right below.

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Alpine White Vorsteiner BMW GTRS4 Widebody Project