With the production end of the BMW M3 announced for May 2018, the BMW F82 M4 will continue plugging along. The reason for the end of production life for the M3 is the need to equip their cars with an Otto particle filter as of June 1, 2018, but the M Division has chosen to end the production of the fifth M3 generation a little earlier than expected. On the other hand, the M engineers will adjust the construction of the BMW M4, featuring a cardan joint steel instead of a complex carbon fiber one, as the OPF requires additional space in the exhaust system.
In turn, this means we’ll be seeing the BMW M4 for a bit longer. This also implies that more aftermarket builds, featuring the much-famed high-performance coupe, will see the light of day within the next few months. For this particular Black Sapphire Metallic BMW M4 build, the introduction of high-quality aftermarket forged wheels and carbon fiber aerodynamics parts are just what the car needed.
Coming from sunny Florida, this build is done by Euro Stable, an aftermarket tuning company specializing in – the name says it all – European high-performance vehicles. The vehicle features a set of ADV5.2 Track Spec Advanced Series wheels. These ADV.1 Advanced Series wheels chosen for this vehicle features bespoke design queues such as Advanced Window Pocketing surrounding each spoke creating a silhouette unique to anything currently in the wheel industry.
These ADV5.2 Advanced Series wheels come sized 20×9.5 and 20×11.5 in the front and rear, respectively. Thanks to a combination of a Brushed Aluminum with Gloss Clear for the wheel face and Polished Aluminum with a Gloss Clear for the lips, these wheels complement the Black Sapphire exterior of the M4 perfectly.
The final touch for the ride is a set of lightweight carbon fiber aero additions. Like so many builds before, this M4 comes with a carbon fiber front lip spoiler, a carbon fiber rear diffuser, topped off with a carbon fiber rear decklid spoiler. Thanks to a drop, the carbon fiber and the intricate wheel design, this M4 now pops up nicely.
You can grab a detailed look at the complete media gallery of this project right below.