BMW M4 by Carbonfiber Dynamics
The BMW M4 isn’t exactly what you’d call a slow car, and no one dares call it unappealing. Regardless, Germany’s own Carbonfiber Dynamics garage went for a customization program, resulting in this 600-hp Bavarian beast. Dubbed Project M4R, the vehicle shows off an extensive carbon fiber body-kit, consisted of a front lip spoiler, a ventilated hood, and aerodynamic side skirts. The garage has also fitted the BMW with various other carbon fiber components, such as an adjustable rear wing, a rear diffuser, and a trunk-mounted spoiler. There are examples of the same lightweight material on the mirror caps and front fender vents.
Designed for maximum performance, the BMW’s engine has been tweaked, and now works alongside upgraded turbochargers, an optimized air intake, and a high-flow air filter. There’s also a titanium exhaust system that has to be mentioned, along with the meth injection kit, a Burger Motorsport JB4 tuning module and a Dodson Motorsport clutch and Bilstein B16 DampTronic coil-overs. A closer look, as if one could simply walk away from this BMW M4, will show 20″ BBS alloys covered in Toyo Proxes T1 rubber. Please note that the driver will have 600 horsepower and 610 pound-feet of torque on tap, so there’s plenty of fun to be had, with a high-performance Mov’it braking system keeping everything on the safe side.