This 700-HP BMW M4 Will Make You Forget About The GTS

BMW M4 GTS who?

The F82 BMW M4 was never really a slow car. With 425 horsepower coming from the 3.0-liter twin turbo S55B30 engine it trounced it's E92 M3 predecessor in a straight line and on-track performance. Thanks to an addition of a whole heap of torque (410 lb-ft) the standard M4 can hit 60 mph in just under four seconds. This particular M4, traction permitting, should humiliate the standard one. With some 300 more horsepower and a score of carbon fiber goodies, the folks at CarbonFiber Dynamics have built a monster.

It features a full Akrapovic (A-Krap-o-Vich) exhaust system and some oh so sexy 20-inch BBS CI-R wheels clad in Toyo Proxes T1 tires. This tuned M4 is sure to turn some heads. Bilstein B16 "damp-tronic" coilovers are underneath and work in harmony with the standard EDC (Electronic Damper Control.) The engine has been completely rebuilt featuring ported and milled inlet piping and a brand new turbocharger. The body work is mostly carbon fiber add-ons and it certainly looks menacing. Maybe we can forego the upcoming GTS and pocket this instead. Pricing wasn't announced, but as always if you need to ask...

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