2013 BMW M4 Coupe Concept review and pictures

Posted on Monday, 19 August 2013 , 12:08:39 byVeronica

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BMW M4 Coupe Concept

It is finally official: Germans from BMW have revealed the concept version of the M4 Coupe just before its debut at the Pebble Beach Concours dElegance. The new model comes with Aurum Dust finish which has been exclusively developed for this model. It comes with large air inlets in the dynamic front, a swift design language in the side and a sporty, low rear together offering clear visual indication of the tremendous dynamic potential of the car. The front splitter, the roof and the rear diffuser have been made of carbon fiber reinforced plastic and underline the optimized lightweight concept down to the smallest detail. At the front it has double kidney and a modern interpretation of the twin round headlamps that come with LED technology.

At the front we can also see the BMW M double bar kidney grille that imitates the M double spoke design of the BMW M wheels adding an exclusive accent to the front end. There are also three large air intakes that supply the high performance power unit with sufficient cooling air. If we take a look at it from the side we can see flat silhouette and an athletic body design.

The model receives an exceptionally dynamic appearance thanks to the long bonnet, long wheelbase and thanks to a short front overhang. A rear spoiler lip is integrated into the trunk lid for optimum down force. As we all know, the twin tailpipes are an M characteristic on the rear end. In the end we also have to mention the element that completes the overall aerodynamics package, a carbon fiber rear diffuser.