Vorsteiner Widens BMW M4 and Calls it Yas Marina Blue GTRS4
We haven't said anything about Vorsteiner for a while, because all we have received recently was beautiful BMWs with new alloys. This time the tuner has taken things a little bit further with the "widened" BMW F82 M4 GTRS4 Yas Marina Blue Project. As you can see from the pictures the accent is again on the wheels, since they come in the contrasting Sakhir Orange. But, what's left unnoticed at first glance is the widebody program, called GTRS4.
In details, all conversion parts are made of full lightweight carbon composite. It is exciting that the specialists made the front fenders have a total span of 4 inches. At the rear, the quarter panels sit 7 inches wider in comparison to the standard car.
We can't skip the new carbon front and rear bumpers as well as the side blades. Given that every new element is made of carbon fiber, we suspect that the car has less weight and drives faster. However, no details in this respect have been announced.
Using our imagination and knowing that the standard M4 is powered by the 3.0 liter TwinPower Turbo Inline six-cylinder engine, we can say that this car will be capable of producing around (or more) 431horsepower (317 kW) and 550Nm (406 lb-ft). Expectations for the 0-100 km/h sprint exceed the production 4.3 seconds.
Going back to the alloys, the car has been equipped with specially designed three-piece forged wheels that come in the size of 20x10.5 and 20x13.5 inches at the front and rear, respectively. They were shod with 275 and 345 width tires.