As the name suggests, the one-off high-performance coupe is adorned with an appealing Macao Blue body hue that is nicely complemented by a black BMW M front splitter while the lightweight carbon fiber roof comes with the three iconic M stripes.
Most of the tweaks have occurred inside the lavish cabin which adopts a BMW Individual extended fine-grain Merino leather upholstery featuring a black & Silverstone look. We also notice the headrests have embroidered 25th anniversary logos while the Silverstone contrast stitching makes the cabin appear more upscale.
High-end leather was used for the center console where there is an M logo while the leather-wrapped hand brake lever comes with an embroidered M logo to further denote this is a special model. Rounding off the list of changes are the Macao Blue metallic accents as well as the M carbon fiber trim.
This particular BMW M4 Coupe by BMW Individual lacks any mechanical upgrades, but maybe it doesn’t even need them taking into account it’s already a very impressive rear-wheel drive machine with a TwinPower Turbo 6-cylinder 3.0-liter engine pushing out 431 bhp and 550 Nm of torque. The motor can work with either a standard six-speed manual or with an optional seven-speed dual-clutch (DCT).
If you go for the manual M4, it will run the 0-100 kmph sprint in 4.3 seconds while with the automatic it takes just 4.1 seconds. Regardless of gearbox choice, the BMW M4 Coupe tops out at an electronically-limited 250 kmph, but upon request you can ask the Bavarian marque to bump the limiter to 280 kmph.
If these figures don’t impress you at all, there is a hardcore BMW M4 GTS on the way which is expected to lose 100 kg and pack a mighty 500 bhp punch thanks to a water injection system. The higher-end M4 should be revealed in the months to come and could turn out to be a limited-run model.