The second time round is always better.
Over at Carbonfiber Dynamics you'll find a few tweaked BMWs that we've shown you before, like that hot orange M5 and a 700-hp M4 with a black and white theme that made us forget about the M4 GTS. The German-based tuner has just revealed another fully sorted BMW M4 that it recently completed, and we have to admit that it looks a heck of a lot better than the first one which can't have been an easy task. It could, in all probability, be the same car with a makeover, but either way, we like. A lot.
This creation, dubbed the M4R, is fitted with Bilstein's B16 "damp-tronic" that works with the BMW's on-board Electronic Damper Control suspension so it retains full functionality while improving the car's stance, and more importantly, the handling. On the braking side we again see a 6-pot caliper setup from Mov.it that clamps down on some upgraded 15.4-inch discs - the rear receives 14.9-inch discs and 4-pot calipers. It's safe to say the M4 can now stop on the proverbial dime while attempting to project your eyeballs on to the windshield. The black 20-inch wheels perfectly complement the body kit made up of an MTC Design hood, a 3D Design front bumper & wing and Varis skirts. The 56NORD carbon roof box works too.
With the styling and the aesthetics well-sorted, you expect the motor to have just as many cool upgrades, it is rated at 700 horsepower after all. To breathe, there's a Eventuri carbon kevlar induction kit for the intake and an Akrapovic setup for the exhaust. The big power comes from a pair of 6XX turbochargers from The Turbo Engineers mated to Akrapovic downpipes, the turbos run with a massive 33 pounds of boost, making the methanol injection necessary. The entire setup is made to run perfectly with a JB4 tune from Burger Motorsport. It doesn't really matter to us if this is the first car completely reworked or if it's a new build altogether, we just love the way this thing looks. That GT 4-style vinyl is a perfect finishing touch.