By DCB Editorial, September 28, 2023
To each their own. While we frequently criticise BMW, we must acknowledge that the marketing buzzwords are fairly correct when it comes to the M4; it truly epitomizes the essence of a “driver’s machine.” While we may have reservations about the styling, there’s no denying that the M4’s core engineering and chassis are a true masterpiece..
But what if the stock BMW M4 isn’t enough, you want more personalisation… you know where this is going… you go down the widebody look because you know that endurance racer look will capture attention, outside your local supermarket.
This eye-catching widebody kit for the BMW M4 is made and sold by DarwinPro who are based in New Jersey, USA. It’s not only exceptionally wide and proudly pink, but it also maintains the signature Kidney grille.
DarwinPro’s widebody design boasts a contemporary aerodynamic philosophy, featuring a plethora of elements such as aero flaps on the front bumper, ultra-low side sills, and an array of air vents, some with practical function and others purely for aesthetics.
The DarwinPro BMW M4 widebody kit evokes a peculiar association, akin to the allure of a pink iPhone. You might initially dismiss the idea of owning a pink iPhone, but there’s a surreal temptation to imagine possessing one, eventually culminating in the unexpected decision to make it a reality.
DarwinPro has refrained from making any modifications to the BMW M4’s powertrain, keeping the 3.0L Twin-Turbo Inline-6-cylinder engine firmly at its original output of 503 HP and 479 LB-FT of torque. The price tag for DarwinPro’s M4 widebody kit is approximately $30,000.