BMW 4 Series M Performance accessories revealed

July 19, 2013

BMW has revealed the full M Performance package which will be available for the upcoming BMW 4 Series Coupe. With a distinct white and black theme, lots of carbon fibre, and some aggressive body extensions, it sure looks enticing.

BMW 4 Series M Performance

BMW M Performance is a new sub-brand of optional accessories which BMW introduced last year. The parts are available for a range of models, including the 3 Series. As a variation of the 3 Series parts, the 4 Series pack also comes with some extra power under the bonnet.

For the upcoming BMW 420d, the 2.0-litre turbo-diesel is boosted by 12kW and 39Nm, resulting in a very decent 145kW and 418Nm. The 428i petrol 2.0-litre turbo is also tweaked, offering 200kW (up from 180kW), while the flagship 435i produces a hefty 250kW (up from 235kW).

The power increases come thanks to engine computer revisions and a new, freer-flowing exhaust system. To increase overall driving performance, buyers will also be able to specify a mechanical-type limited-slip differential with 30 per cent locking capability.

BMW 4 Series M Performance rear

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In other areas, M Performance accessories range from a new front bumper bar with its own air intakes and an aggressive spoiler, a rear diffuser, a carbon fibre rear lip spoiler, carbon side mirrors, and some matching side skirts.

For the interior, buyers will be able to option a sports steering wheel with F1-style shift lights, bespoke floor mats, a full carbon fibre trim with dash inserts, door trim accents, as well as sports pedals, a unique gear lever, and some M Performance badges.

The new 4 Series is set to go on sale during the first half of 2014. These options are likely to follow soon after, in some markets.

Head over to our BMW 118d M Performance review for details on accessories available in Australia for the 1 Series.

Brett is the editor and founder of Performance Drive. He's obsessed with driving, having played with Matchbox cars until he was tall enough to drive a real one. After initially working as a mechanic, Brett earned a degree in journalism and entered media as an editorial assistant at Top Gear Australia magazine. He then worked at His dream is to live next door to the Nurburgring in Germany.