Quick backstory - when I ordered my M4 back in late 2016, the factory option black 666 wheels were not available yet. I've always loved the Competition 666 wheels, but always thought that they would look better in black.
Well, now I know that they do look better in black, satin black, to be specific.
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How I ordered my 2017 F82 BMW M4 Competition, walkthrough, all the options, and mods, plus a video edit.
Is the BMW E92 M3 better than the F82 M4? Is the Tudor Black Bay thick? Why is the Big Pilot so big? And Speedmaster frankenwatches? Plus a proper intro.
I think the BMW M4 is already a very good car from the factory, especially with the Competition Package. My whole goal for the car is to tastefully modify it, while keeping it as stock as possible, I wanted to add a few mods to make it mine and distinguish it from other M4's.
I added the BMW M Performance side blades and Lightweight front lip. It goes well with the M Performance carbon fiber rear spoiler and mirror caps that's already on the car.
Now the question is should I call it day here or add the M Performance rear diffuser? Hmmm...
Here are three practical (and sarcastic) reasons why I think the BMW M4 Competition is the perfect daily driver.
1 - Family friendly and kid approved.
2 - Lots of trunk space for that weekend getaway.
3 - And it's just fun to drive!
In all seriousness, the BMW M4 is a great daily driver. A proper, real review will be coming soon.