Under this KPMF Matte Gold Starlight, there’s a BMW M4. Maybe it’s hard to believe, but you have to trust me. I know, the color distracts the attention from the shape of the car, being so unusual and, yet, so inspired.
Surely, the color and the matte finish aren’t everything. There is also an inspired set of Zito ZS15 wheels, 20 x 10 in front and 20 x 11 in the rear axle, showing its Matte Graphite finish. These beautiful rims, combined with massive 255/30 ZR 20, respectively 305/25 ZR 20 tires made by Toyo, ensure the supreme grip and ultimate style.
Still, there’s more: an ENLAES 4×4 Carbon Fiber Aero Kit. Detailed, this kit consists of front lip, side skirts, rear diffuser and diffuser add-ons. Under the body, both the KW suspension kit and the Eisenmann exhaust have replacd the original ones, offering extra stability, sportier stance, great sound and more horses. Finally, an IND cosmetic pack draws the last lines.
While the bodywork is incredible, its powertrain remained unchanged. The tuner decided that its enough power under the hood, so the original engine received no mods. I’m talking about the well known 3.0-liter, TwinPower Turbo engine, common for both BMWs, M3 and M4.
In both cases, it develops 421 hp and 550 Nm of torque. These numbers ensure a 0-100 km/h in 4.1 s, while the top speed of 280 km/h (when tweaked with the M Driver’s Package) is, clearly, a highlight. Otherwise, the standard, electronically-limited 250 km/h isn’t, also, bad at all.