German premium car maker BMW today officially unveiled the 2014 Concept M4 Coupe, ahead of its public debut at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance.
As can be seen in the plethora of images we have here, the front end of the new concept features an aggressive front bumper and a power dome hood. Also quick to grab your attention are ventsi on the front fenders, an integrated trunk lid spoiler and bespoke 20-inch wheels with a two-tone finish. There also are quite a few carbon fiber reinforced plastic components (such as the front splitter, roof and rear diffuser) that help in further elevating the sportiness quotient of the car’s exterior styling.
BMW hasn’t yet revealed the specs but has said that the car will get a “high performance” engine which will offer “immense power.”
That doesn’t give us a good idea of the number of horses lurking beneath the hood but there are good chances that the car would get a twin-turbo 3.0-liter six-cylinder engine which would have a max power output of approx 450 bhp and peak torque of 550 Nm.
Speaking about the new concept car, BMW M GmbH Chairman Dr. Friedrich Nitschke said, “The BMW Concept M4 Coupe reflects the BMW M philosophy in ideal form: It combines motor racing genes and unrestricted everyday suitability in a highly emotional overall concept.” He added, “For four generations, the BMW M3 has put motor racing on the road and the BMW Concept M4 Coupe consistently continues to pursue this fundamental idea.”
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