BMW M4 With M Performance Parts Looks Like A Downgrade

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This isn't an upgrade.

The BMW M4 - and its sedan sibling, the M3 - remains a polarizing car to look at. Even though it's been out for some time, many still have not warmed to the extreme styling, and some tuners are finally doing something about it with a more traditional redesign of the front end. On the other end of the scale, we have those who are besotted with the new look, and if you're among those who have embraced it, you may take a liking to the available M Performance parts. There are loads of these on offer, and the car you see below is wearing pretty much all of them.

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The front bumper has been fitted with the carbon fiber M Performance canards and front lip, the latter of which is accented with the M tricolor design. Optional wheels are also featured, as are a pair of carbon fiber side skirt extensions. Moving further to the rear, we see the carbon fiber trunk wing and its complementary diffuser. This item is arguably the most controversial, as it must be paired with the M Performance exhaust which has a different take on its design. The stacked, triangular layout is certainly not for everyone, and the extending endplates that lead from the diffuser are quite aggressive too.

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Completing the look is the M Performance livery, which adds a massive amount of black detailing across the lower half of the car. The trademark blues and red of M are also plastered across the side of the car while a windscreen banner makes it blatantly obvious where all these cosmetic changes come from. Having seen the studio-shot press photos back in 2020, we weren't huge fans and unfortunately, these more realistic, "in-the-metal" photos do little to change our mind. We think the physical upgrades could work, but please, for the sake of our eyes, at least make the whole car black.

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