BMW M4 Coupe’s 700 HP Makeover by G-Power

Given that the M division has confirmed the special edition’s production for 2024, the reveal of BMW’s M4 CS is just around the corner. Meanwhile, G-Power offers an exciting alternative for enthusiasts eager for the limited-edition coupe. Significantly, this German tuning expert has transformed the M4 Competition, achieving power levels far surpassing the factory specs of the CS.

The upgraded G82 features an Individual Frozen White matte finish and a twin-turbo inline-six engine with significantly boosted power. The 3.0-litre engine now delivers 700 horsepower and 850 Nm (627 lb-ft) of torque, thanks to enhanced exhaust and software for the S58. G-Power equipped the M4 with a custom stainless steel exhaust system. This system includes 200-cell catalytic converters and bespoke downpipes. The quad tips are now adorned with carbon fibre for added visual appeal.

This G82 model stands out as far from a standard M4 Competition, evident in almost every detail. G-Power has extensively reimagined it, from the vented bonnet to the rear wing. Additions include a carbon fibre kidney grille, a prominent front spoiler lip, and robust side skirts. Intriguingly, they’ve even replaced the iconic BMW roundel with their emblem, marking a distinct identity.

The new alloys, predominantly finished in orange, are a stunning addition. These forged wheels measure 20 inches at the front and 21 inches at the rear. They are wrapped in 285/30 and 295/25 tires. The eye-catching wheels complement the Kyalami Orange interior and contrast the white matte body paint.

After a busy 2023, this G82 is G-Power’s first project of the year. During the past year, the tuner enhanced multiple BMWs. They worked on an 820 horsepower M8, a G81 M3 Touring with 720 horsepower, and an F90 M5 boasting 900 horsepower. Additionally, they gave a grand farewell to the F87 M2 with a final flourish of 660 horsepower.

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