Launches Intense New M4 Aerokit with Full Bumper Swaps M4 3DDynamics EssenCarbon Fiber Dynamics of Germany is on the Essen showstand this week with their latest upgrades for the M4 from BMW — and will be turning some heads!

CF-Dynamics has a big catalog of 3DDynamics upgrades to nearly the full BMW Group lineup — including these latest M3/M4 twins. Until now, however, the pieces have been additions to the factory bodywork — things like a CF splitter, sills, spoilers and diffuser adding ground-effect looks to the BMW M cars.

This new kit is much more serious — replacing the front and rear bumpers completely with these intense, partly-unpainted cabin fiber intakes. The nose is gorgeous with this new carved-out look — just a rush of deep chin spoiler shooting air into the engine compartment without any of the normal bodywork in the way. From afar, the look is quite unique from the standard M4 all around.  The CF roof, CF kidney rings and blacked-out grille slats up front help set the car apart too.

As they should, of course, for the ~$10k+ price for all these flawless carbon items. Another detail highlight lives around back, where the new bumper piece uses the popular grey carbon well up above the quad exhaust pipes. This adds a bit of cool and uniqueness to the tail — making instantly clear this is no 418d!

Some really subtle but memorable side cuts in the back of the fenders share the original BMW aesthetic, but are much higher cuts and give a slight widebody look to the rear end.  These are functional too — freeing trapped air from the rear diff, brakes and wheel wells. Very chic upgrades… even on the unloved Austin Yellow Metallic shown on the showcar. =]

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On the occasion of the this year Essen Motor Show (from November 28 until December 06, 2015) the Dortmund carbon fiber specialist Carbonfiber Dynamics comes up with something very special: expert audience and hobby car mechanics will get acquainted in hall 2, stand E126 with the world premiere of BMW M4 with brand new body kit designed by the Japanese BMW specialist 3DDesign!

The Carbonfiber Dynamics team has populated the said BMW M4 with 3DDesign-Bodykit made of full carbon fiber. Front and rear apron are only partially painted, the rest can still be recognized as made of carbon fiber, thus giving an aggressive look. There are the nearly gracile side skirts and, furthermore, the very effective rear spoiler on the trunk edge, warranting for duly contact pressure. Besides the here mentioned starting points for weight reduction, the whole exhaust system and the rims come from 3DDesign as well. The same origin belongs to the hand brake grasp and the pedals in the car’s interior. M3/M4 Aero Pieces

The manufacturer named 3DDesign, distributing its products in Europe via Carbonfiber Dynamics, has gathered well part of its experience by participation in numerous national and international racing events, where weight reducing plays the key role. However, in the same time, the absolute priority for – not only – the Japanese manufacturers has best possible fitting accuracy of the aerodynamics parts. The enterprise from the Land of the rising sun, by the way, promises to develop the product line around the BMW car manufacturer constantly.

For further details concerning this BMW M4 to be admired on the Essen Motor Show and for more information about the various design possibilities for aerodynamic parts please contact directly

Carbonfiber Dynamics GmbH
Untere Brinkstrasse 74 (Zufahrt über Nr. 76)
D-44141 Dortmund
phone +49 231 / 22 81 02 41
fax +49 231 / 33 01 80 04

Photos: Carbonfiber Dynamics GmbH

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