Liberty Walk BMW M4 Is The Ultimate Eye Candy

Liberty Walk Performance

Wait til you get a load of this.

The BMW M4 is already a pretty wide car, and so making it wider just makes sense, right? Well, check out this awesome creation by Germany’s JP Performance before making up your mind about whether bigger actually is (or is not) better. The project car not only sports Liberty Walk’s signature widebody kit, but also comes with a unique take on the blue and red M livery as well as some newbody parts including side skirts and a cheeky ducktail bootlid spoiler.

Other mods include an air suspension system, and a seriously wide set of rims with some positive camber.

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