An M4 That Flaunts G-Power’s Customisation Prowess

Dubbed G4M Bi-Turbo, it is finished in a gorgeous white matt colour.

For some, a customised look for their go-fast cars takes higher priority than more punch. And G-Power is one tuner that can do justice to such requirements. A case in point is the G-Power G4M Bi-Turbo presented here. Based on the current-generation BMW M4, the spruced-up specimen packs a variety of custom body panels, a gorgeous paint job and, of course, more power.

Frozen White Matt. A colour that beautifully contrasts the carbon fibre add-ons on the exterior. The list includes front corners, an RS front spoiler, an RR front kidney grille, side skirts (not installed on the car shown here), a rear wing and the RS Venturi hood with vents for improved thermal management of the engine bay. Those who don’t dig the classic carbon fibre look can go with the forged carbon option. Another option that further enhances the look is the carbon package. That ropes in covers for the air filter boxes, rear apron, and an orange engine hood.

The 3.0-litre, twin-turbocharged powerplant of the BMW M4 has also been updated with the GP-700 performance software. That ups the output to 700hp/850Nm. Complementing the new software are sports downpipes with 200-cell catalytic converters and the G-Power Deeptone stainless steel exhaust system. And just for that extra something, the tailpipes feature carbon trim finishers.

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The G4M Bi-Turbo rides on the tuner’s Hurricane RR forged rims, measuring 20 inches at the front and 21 inches at the rear. They are accompanied by 285/30 and 295/25 section tyres. And if you don’t want those wheels to look bland, G-Power can also add a dash of colour. Here, you can see the orange shade.

So, there you have it. This customised example of the BMW M4 looks more aggressive and, with more oomph on tap, is. What’s your take on it?

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