BMW M4 Coupe tuned by Liberty Walk gets striking body kit, Forgiato TEC 2.2-R wheels

Article by Christian A., on October 21, 2017

Customizing cars according to client’s tastes and preferences is nothing new for Liberty Walk. After all, the Japanese tuning company has been modifying cars for years. One of its latest works has been leaked to the public, and it comes in the form of a customized BMW M4 Coupe (F82).

Liberty Walk calls its works as remodeling, instead of customization or tuning. But whatever or however the company calls its creations, Liberty Walk has been known for hand-built body kits. From a Lamborghini Murcielago to a Ferrari 458 Italia, Liberty Walk’s customization works has already attracted the attention of the world.

Thus, it is no wonder why an owner of a BMW M4 tapped Liberty Walk to customize his or her luxuriously sporty ride. At first look, this customized BMW M4 may not be as flashy or as attention-grabbing as other tuned M4 models. However, it should be pointed out that Liberty Walk’s customization works revolves on the wishes of the client. Thus, if the client just wanted to have a ride unique from other M4s without gaudy looks, Liberty Walk would follow what was specified by the client.

In this particular M4 unit, most of the modifications pertain only to its exterior looks. For instance, this customized BMW M4 looks more imposing and aggressive on the road thanks to the addition of a body kit. Its bolt-on fenders make this BMW M4 more muscular and more dominant. This was complemented on the front by massaged bumpers and a front lip spoiler. A decklid spoiler was also installed on the rear end of this customized BMW M4.

Adding to the sporty elegance of this customized BMW M4 work is a set of spectacular rims from the Tecnica Performance Series. Liberty Walk, in particular, fitted this BMW M4 with a set of Forgiato TEC 2.2-R wheels, which come in three sizes (20 inches, 21 inches and 22 inches).

While this customized BMW M4 looks more aggressive, it doesn’t boast of any upgrade in its engine. Nonetheless, a non-tuned 3.0-liter twin-turbo gasoline engine sitting inside the BMW M4 is already a powerful mill. In fact, this powerful stock engine is engineered to deliver 425 hp (431 PS) of max output and 406 lb.-ft. (550 Nm) of peak torque – making the M4 already more dynamic than several cars on the road, including the BMW 4-Series from which it was based from. In a non-customized (stock) BMW M4, this engine – paired to an automatic transmission -- is powerful enough to allow this high-performance luxurious car to sprint from zero to 60 mph (96 km/h) in just 4.1 seconds.

To note, this isn't the first time that Liberty Walk customized a BMW M4 Coupe. Years ago, Liberty Walk did a customization work of a 2014 BMW M4 Coupe. The work included the fitment of a new front bumper, enlarged front and rear fenders as well as new side sills. Also installed were a new boot lid, a new front bumper with an air diffuser, and an integrated exhaust system.

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