In simple terms, the 2015 BMW M4 Coupe is everything an ‘M’ car ought to be. As sensational as the M3 coupe was, BMW outdid themselves once again with the debut of the M4 Coupe. This beautiful, aggressive, and curvaceous beast packs the right specifications and numbers to take on a racetrack with passion. It exited the M division with a more powerful engine, upgraded suspension, upgraded brakes and lightweight materials that result in reduced kerbweight. Less weight with more power means, simply put, you go faster, corner quicker and stop earlier. This example of an exhilarating German performance machine has undergone tasteful upgrades and is located in Florida. With a mere 52,000 miles on the clock, it awaits its next lucky owner.
A carbon-fiber roof, trunk lid and engine brace contribute towards the weight savings on this 2015 M4 Coupe, which wears Mineral White Metallic exterior paintwork. The carbon-fiber wing, diffuser and front splitter are part of the ‘carbon fiber’ upgrade this car has been treated to. Matte black ‘Rotiform’ wheels wear sticky Toyo Proxes tires, with red ‘M’ brake calipers behind them. The interior is finished in ‘Sakhir Orange’, with leather-wrapped door panels and carbon fiber dash inserts. A heads-up display, Harman/Kardon audio system and BMW apps on board, including the BM3 tuner software are some of the many tech highlights.
Traditionally, BMW ‘M’ cars were naturally aspirated beasts, but the evolving times necessitated a foray into turbocharging. This example is powered by a 3.0L in-line six-cylinder engine with twin turbochargers. It outputs 415bhp stock, but there are also custom maps that can deliver 500bhp on 93 octane, and 600bhp with E85 gasoline – the choice is yours, really. A six-speed manual transmission sends drive to the rear wheels. Other highlights include an intercooler, H&R lowering springs, VRSF cat-less downpipes, charge pipes, J-pipe meth injection 625ml nozzle and Insane Performance crank hub, with new drive belts and tensioners.