BMW has now revealed the 4-Series Coupe fitted with M Performance parts, providing a first glimpse of the upcoming M4 Coupe. The vehicle sports a deeper front bumper that has a carbon fiber splitter and large air ducts, which makes it look more sportier and aggressive. It now also has a new xenon/LED headlamps, several blackened chrome trims for the window surrounds, 20-inch alloy wheels, tail pipes and kidney grille.
The BMW M4 Coupe with M Performance parts also gets the carbon fiber front splitter, rear spoiler, rear diffuser, and mirror caps. The side profile of the car features M Performance stripes. The re-styles rear bumper sports an air extraction ducts and a built-in diffuser. The interiors of the M4 Coupe comes equipped with alcantara dashboard, M Performance alcantara steering wheel with race display, carbon fiber gearshift lever, stainless steel pedal covers/footrest, carbon fiber hand brake lever with alcantara gaiter, and M Performance floor mats.
The BMW 4-Series Coupe (420d model) is powered by a 4-cylinder, 2.0-litre turbocharged diesel engine, and with M Performance package the power output and torque has increased by 16bhp and 39Nm respectively. The 2.0L, 4-cylinder turbocharged petrol engine in the 428i is also enhanced to 269bhp and 389Nm, with an additive 27bhp and 39Nm.
Moreover, the powerful 435i with its 3.0-litre, 6-cylinder turbocharged engine also register an increase of 34bhp and 50Nm, developing 336bhp and 450Nm. The new exhaust systems and software tweaks has helped to gain such increase in power output.
An optional limited-slip differential is also available with M Performance catalog, which will be a clutch-type unit featuring a 30 per cent lock-up. It is also expected that the vehicle will be unveiled at the 2014 Detroit Motor Show in January.
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