Tag Motorsport’s BMW M4 with Gold Wheels

| July 24, 2014 | 0 Comments

BMW M4 Tag Motorsport (4)

We live in a crazy nation so obsessed with gold, even when our government restricts imports, we hide it in our underpants and try to smuggle it inside the country. We also lust after BMW’s as if all the mythical yellow metal from Sri Lanka is stashed in it’s boot. Combine the two and the result will be something worth preserving inside our bank lockers.

BMW M4 Tag Motorsport (3)

Tag Motorsports is a recognised name in the aftermarket automotive industry and they seem to have hit Bulls-eye fitting a BMW M4 with gold wheels. They have added a set of 20-inch MORR Competition VS53 Concave Wheels in gold, fitted the car with Rosso Mars calipers, interior seatbacks, steering wheel trim & shift surround, and ceramic coated black exhaust tips. The car rides on H&R sport lowering springs and the already sharp ‘M’ chassis should now be a hoot to drive propelled by the 430 bhp straight-six, twin-turbo engine.

The BMW M4 is a high-performance version of the 4 Series automobile which replaces the M3 Coupe and Convertible models. Upgrades over the standard 4-Series include more powerful and responsive engines, improved handling, suspension, and braking systems, aerodynamic body enhancements, and interior/exterior accents with the tri-colour “M” (Motorsport) emblem.

Source: Tagmotorsports via motorward

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As a kid, Karan had a penchant for things bigger than his body. His first bicycle was taller than him and his first crush was his father’s Ambassador and an RX-100. From sneaking out with his dad's machines when he was not around, to venturing out for impromptu rides, Karan's journey has been full of adventures and passion.His first ever car was a Palio GTX, as his girlfriend's father owned a petrol bunk back in the day. After flirting with a Karizma, an RD 350, an Enfield Electra and having some naughty times with a CBR 600, Karan finally boarded the right train called Motoroids.

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