We can't take our eyes off this BMW M4 with a Sakhir Orange finish and Bronze Gold wheels

Article by Christian A., on January 2, 2017

It may not look very sporty but this new BMW M4 (F82) wrapped in Sakhir Orange exterior color with golden rims sure is dynamic and elegantly gorgeous.

Sakhir Orange is one of several colors included in the standard palette for the M4. In fact, it is also available for other offerings of the BMW M family, like the M3, the M5 and the M6. Since its introduction, Sakhir Orange has been among the favorite finishes for the M4, whether stock or laden with aftermarket parts. This shade of orange has always given the BMW M4 an elegantly standout appearance whether on a standstill or on the move.

Such is the case of this new BMW M4. Perhaps after looking at other M4 units wrapped in Sakhir Orange and dressed in various aftermarket parts, the owner of this M4 got some ideas running through his or her head on how to proceed with the transformation of his/her own sports coupe. All its owner must do is to get the right aftermarket parts, install them and provide the necessary modifications.

At first glance, it is fairly easy to tell that this BMW M4’s appearance is different from a typical M4. It sits lower than a typical M4, has different tailpipes and wheels, and sports some aerodynamic enhancements. This BMW M4 features a suspension that has been lowered to make the high performance coupe sit closer to the ground – a configuration that gives this car a sporting stance on the road. Not only that, this gives this M4 a lower center of gravity, making it more stable when cruising at high speeds.

This little bit of sportiness is continued on the rear with the addition of a rear decklid spoiler and a carbon fiber rear diffuser. Completing the changes made on the rear of this BMW M4 is a pair of dual tailpipes finished in black.

Of course, aftermarket modifications wouldn’t be complete without changing the wheels of the BMW M4. This particular M4 gets a set of Velos XX wheels with five pentagon-like spokes. These wheels – measuring 20 inches x 8.5 inches at the front and 20 inches x10.5 inches at the rear – are finished in Bronze Gold color, perfectly complementing Sakhir Orange exterior tone of the BMW M4.

It was indicated that this BMW M4 was tuned for higher performance, so we could assume that its 3.0-liter BMW TwinPower Turbo inline engine that was built specifically to power the new M3 and M4. This powerplant delivers 425 hp (317 kW) of max output and 550 Nm (410 lb.-ft.) of peak torque, allowing the M4 to sprint from zero to 62mph (100km/h) in just 4.1 seconds and reach an electronically governed top speed of 155mph (250km/h).

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