Those of you who are no longer satisfied with the appearance of the BMW M4 can give TAG Motorsports a call as they are willing to overhaul the high-performance coupe’s exterior design. The car looks very fierce now with the GTRS4 wide body kit developed by Vorsteiner which comes with massive front and rear fenders, enlarged side skirts and an aggressive front splitter while the rear end hosts a huge trunk lid spoiler and a prominent diffuser which makes it look like a racecar.
The stock exhaust system had to be removed in order to make room for an Akrapovic setup made entirely from titanium and combined with carbon fiber tips. You will also notice this BMW M4 Coupe doesn’t have the standard wheels as these were replaced by HRE’s 20-inch brushed titanium set teamed up with Pirelli P Zero tires measuring 265/30/20 for the front axle and 345/25/20 at the back.
We don’t know whether TAG Motorsports has made any changes inside the cabin, but we can tell you they fiddled around with the six-cylinder, 3.0-liter TwinPower Turbo by applying an ECU remap from ESS Tuning and also installing a carbon intake from AWE Tuning. The tuner has not released any power figures, but surely the output has increased from the series 431 bhp and 550 Nm of torque.
We remind you the regular BMW M4 Coupe needs 4.3 seconds to reach 100 kmph when equipped with the six-speed manual transmission and only 4.1 seconds with the 7-speed dual-clutch gearbox. If you are not impressed by these figures, there is a hardcore M4 GTS version on its way with up to 500 bhp wrapped around in a body expected to weigh as much as 100 kg less than the standard M4. It will allegedly receive a water injection system and come without the rear seats while the 0-100 kmph is going to take less than 4 seconds.