If the Java Green color is too common these days, BMW M and Individual are offering an alternative – the Signal Green. Perhaps the greenest of all green liveries from BMW Individual. the Signal Green is a guaranteed eye-catcher in any environment and makes it clear from a distance that this is no ordinary vehicle on the road. One can also assume that Signal Green would make a BMW even more imposing on the street, especially when paired with a high-performance vehicle, like the M4 Coupe.
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To showcase the unique shade of green, BMW M put together a photoshoot with the M4 Coupe Competition Package on the airport grounds of the BMW Driving Academy in Maisach. The M4 is not only decked out with the mandatory – in our opinion – Competition Package – but also with a series of M Performance Parts.
Not only the standard carbon roof and the star-spoke alloy wheels, but also the tuning accessories from BMW M Performance set dark accents in the livery of Signal Green. Front apron attachments, front splitter, exterior mirrors, rear diffuser and tailpipe covers made of carbon are just the prelude, the highlight is undoubtedly the big BMW M Performance Carbon Fiber rear wing.
Inside the cabin, the exterior color with decorative parts and decorative stitching is picked up again.
Even regardless of the eye-catching paint and tuning accessories, the BMW M4 with Competition package has a lot to offer: Its turbocharged six-cylinder engine delivers 450 hp and offers a maximum torque of 550 Newton meters. That’s enough to accelerate the mid-range coupe from 0 to 100 in 4.0 to 4.2 seconds, depending on the transmission, and up to a top speed of 280 km / h, in combination with the optional M Driver’s Package.
But what is even more important is what the BMW M4 can do on a winding track. Thanks to a balanced weight distribution, comparatively low overall weight and a very successful tuning of suspension and DSC, the BMW M4 Competition remains one of the fastest and most desirable vehicles in its segment, even in the late days of its lifecycle.