A beautiful car needs an excellent aftermarket treatment. And nobody can say the BMW M4 isn’t a beautiful car. Also, I don’t think there’s someone who doesn’t like how it looks after the EAS intervention. Because the kit they used it’s a subtle one.
In fact, it’s so subtle, that I’d like to let you look at the pictures and spot the differences between this car and the original one. The wheels, maybe? Yes, the rims, which seem to be taken from the BMW M4 GTS, but with a little reserve. They’re the same weight conscious M light alloy wheels, 666 M styling, but not painted in the same Acid Orange from the GTS.
Instead, they’re all silvery, making a good team with the Mineral Gray body paint. Also, if you look closely, you’ll find that the front wheels of this EAS-tuned M4, are bigger than the GTS’ ones. In this case, all the 4 wheels have the same 20” diameter, which is bigger than the 19” wheels at the front axle of the GTS. This adds a certain bold look to the EAS model, which I really like.
However, even in this example, the wheels aren’t quite identical. The rear wheels are 10j x 20, meaning they’re wider than the 9j x 20 inches front ones, for extra grip when accelerating and cornering.
Enough with the wheels. What else is new? The side badges on the front fenders. And that’s about it. There’s, also, the well-known Competition Package, which adds lots of carbon fiber elements, for an exquisite looks and light weight. After all, it seems that EAS added only a set of gorgeous wheels. But, let’s face it: they look awesome!