BMW is celebrating 25 years of its Individual personalisation division by revealing a special looking M4 Coupe. Painted in unique Macao Blue metallic paint, the special edition M4 stands out with bespoke exterior elements including a black front splitter, black wing mirrors, black air intakes and a black kidney grille at the front. The roof is also finished in carbonfibre.
The car features the same 3.0-litre twin-turbocharged engine as the standard car - producing 425bhp and 406lb ft of torque and enabling a 0-100mph time of 8.6sec.
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The BMW Individual M4 has also received personalisation on the inside too, using the finest Merino leather, consisting of a black and light grey colour scheme. The central seat panels and the central console are also made up of this light grey leather, while the rest of the cabin is either wrapped in black leather, clad in carbonfibre or painted in Macao Blue.
We’re familiar with the BMW M4, having run one on the evo Fast Fleet for several months. Our experience confirms the car is ferociously fast, with ample torque and plenty of grip on offer. But such is the car’s capabilities, that it only manages to really shine when driven on the limit on track.
To see the BMW M4 in its natural habitat, watch our Deadly Rivals video of it at Anglesey, where the car is faces its bigger brother, the BMW M5.