The 2021 BMW M3 and M4 duo are available with a plethora of M Performance Parts and this particular M4, currently on display at the BMW Welt museum in Germany, shows just how outlandish the M4 can be made to look from the factory.
Adorning the exterior of the M4 is a lovely shade of white that is contrasted by black accents across the front bumper, rear quarter-panels, and rear fascia. Meanwhile, the sides feature the classic BMW M colors and gives the sports car a very striking look, one that you’d usually only find in a vehicle that’s been adorned with a wrap in the aftermarket.
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In addition to the unique livery, the car comes complete with a carbon fiber splitter and carbon fiber front air intakes. There are also aggressive carbon fiber side skirts and a set of forged wheels with a Frozen Gunmetal Grey finish.
Among the key M Performance Parts featured at the rear is a fixed rear wing, a new diffuser, and a unique quad tailpipe setup.
While we think quite a few buyers of the new M3 and M4 will equip their cars with a handful of M Performance Parts, we’re not overly confident that many buyers will opt for the full selection of parts quite like this M4, unless they really want to make a statement, of course.
Image credits BMW Welt Museum