The German car maker BMW has been officially unveiled the M Performance Package for the latest 4-Series Coupe model. The new feature includes a more aggressive and sporty body package, trim updates and power tweaks. 

The new aerodynamic kit was developed by the engineers from BMW M Division and it previews the upcoming M4 Coupe. It has a new front bumper with integrated carbon fiber splitter, larger air intakes, chromed accessories, wider sills, a carbon fiber deck lid spoiler and a new air diffuser. 

Inside the cabin, the M Performance Package offers a three spoke steering wheel and new seats, while the other upgrades will be officially unveiled at the Frankfurt Motor Show.

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Under the hood, the German car maker has prepared some packages for three of the four engines available on the 4-Series Coupe. The 420d comes with 16 HP and 29 lb-ft more than the standard version, the 428i gains 27 HP and 29 lb-ft, while the 435i comes with 336 HP and 332 lb-ft, an improvement with 34 HP and 37 lb-ft.

Source: BMW