The front sees 3 tell tale large air inlets that supply the engine with much needed cooling air, and a low rear completes the car. CFRP (carbon fiber reinforced plastics) elements include the front splitter, roof, and rear diffuser. Vertical air vents found in the outer section of the side air intakes (Air Curtain) form a unique design statement. Together with the Air Breather, it accentuates aerodynamic closure of wheel arches, and as a result, betters air flow, and fuel consumption.
Here’s a lightweight concept that benefits from precise contours giving it a distinct look. Twin round headlamps feature LED technology. BMW M double bar black kidney grille and M4 emblem create a front facade that needs no introduction. Scan through the press release below for more information. Image credit: BMW Blog