Mineral Grey is one of those colors that may seem uninspiring at first but then hits you in the back of your head once you see it in person. It truly needs to be witnessed firsthand to give you a better idea of what it looks like but it also comes with another brilliant attribute: it fits naked carbon fiber perfectly. That’s exactly what we’re here to show you, a BMW M4 wearing this color and a set of carefully picked AC Schnitzer carbon fiber parts.
The car was done at European Auto Source and it received a lot of love from both the crew and its owner. Up front the guys installed a spoiler lip as well as splitters and canards to the sides of the bumper, something you don’t get to see every day. The car is also wearing iND Performance black painted kidney grilles to complete the dark overall theme.
On the sides you’ll notice JL Motoring carbon fiber side skirts while round the back you’ll have a hard time missing out on the AC Schnitzer wing mounted on the boot made of the same lightweight material seen up front. Carbon fiber does truly look great, even though it may cost an arm and a leg. The rear diffuser is made of the same material, along with the exhaust tips for the Akrapovic exhaust system.
Inside the cabin, you might be surprised to find a red interior after all this grey and black, but the carbon fiber theme continues in there as well, due to carefully picked M Performance parts – carbon fiber trims on the dash and center console as well as a new handbrake lever that follows suit. All in all, this is quite the looker.