Bmw has finally unveiled the M4 Coupe Concept, the successor of the iconic M3 Coupe. As you can see from the photos, the design of the new car is quite impressive and the M4 Concept suggests power without being ridiculous. Although it is a concept version, the new car gives a good indication of the production model, which will go on sale next year.
Finished in Aurum Dust colour (developed exclusively for this model), the new M4 shows continues the Bmw M’s design language and features CFRP (carbon fiber reinforced plastics) elements such as the front splitter, the roof, or the rear diffuser that underline the optimized lightweight concept down to the smallest detail.
Viewed from the side, the M4 Coupe Concept has muscular wheel arches and flowing roofline, as well as a redesigned M gill. This characteristic M design element constitutes a both sporty and functional statement as on the M4 Concept the M Gills incorporate the Air Breather, which together with the Air Curtain within the front apron serves to ventilate the wheel arches and facilitate better airflow values.
The design is completed by the exclusive bicoloured 20-inch M light alloy wheels featuring the typical M double spoke design. The rear end design gives another visual indication of the car’s supreme power featuring carbon fiber tailpipes and a carbon fiber air diffuser. Although there are no official details yet, 4WheelsNews learned that the upcoming M4 Coupe will use a twin-turbo 3.0-liter six-cylinder engine developing 450 hp and 550 Nm of torque.