F82 BMW M4 Sits on ADV Wheels, Installation by Euro Stable

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While the German based carmaker is just a couple of months from putting the current M3 to sleep, the M4 is getting plenty of appreciation in the tuning segment, receiving programs after programs. With the M3 gone, the coupe sibling will become one of the most iconic aftermarket builds.

The model seen in the media gallery below has received new body parts from Florida-based tuning firm Euro Stable. It wraps the gorgeous Black Sapphire Metallic body wrap and wears the high-performance lightweight set of wheels from ADV.1 Wheels tuner.

The said part is that there weren’t any mods carried out under the hood, even if it features a custom-built exhaust system. This means the 3.0-liter BMW TwinPower Turbo flat-six, also seen on its little sibling the M3 Sedan. The engine outputs 431 horsepower and 550 Nm of torque, sending the power to the rear via a six-speed manual. The sprint from 0 to 100 km/h is also done in 4.1 seconds, but when hooked with the seven-speed M-DCT transmission, the model runs the same sprint in just 3.9 seconds. The topping is electronically limited at 250 km/h.

As for the carbon aero parts, the technicians from Euro Stable have added carbon fiber lip spoiler, carbon rear diffuser with carbon fiber rear deck-lid spoiler.

As for the wheels, they are specifically designed for the track and refer to ADV.1 Advanced Series wheels with an exquisite design featuring the Advanced Window Pocketing queues on each spoke, enhancing the car`s aggressive looks.

The wheels also provide increased grip and better stance, thanks to their massive size – 20 x 9.5 and 20 x 11.5 front and rear, respectively, and finished as well in Brushed Aluminum with Gloss Clear for the wheel face, and Polished Aluminum with Gloss Clear for the lips.

Euro Stable tuner has also released an impressive media gallery with their latest build on Black Sapphire Metallic F82 BMW M4!


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