Alpine White BMW M4 Featured in BMW’s Stand at SEMA Was Done by EAS

BMW M4 tuning for SEMA 6 photos
Photo: European Auto Source
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BMW surprised this year with its line-up unveiled at SEMA. The German manufacturer is known to be a little more restrained when it comes to tuning and the concept as a phenomenon. Yet, at this year’s venue, the Munich-based company brought out a more than impressive arsenal.
Of course, you didn’t really expect the cars to be heavily modified, right? They were all done in the OEM+ tuning style, featuring parts made by BMW themselves but even so, it was a big move from the blue and white roundel badged company.

One of their cars we know was made at the European Auto Source shop in California. We don’t, however, know the reason why BMW chose to go about it this way and not use one of their own shops though.

The car received everything the M Performance division can offer, going from the front splitters, black kidney grilles, side markers mirror caps, diffuser and trunk spoiler to the brake system, side blade attachments and even M stripes here and there as you can see.

They even went a step further and fitted the M4 with H&R lowering springs, painted front reflectors and Macht Schnell competition wheel spacers. That’s something we didn’t see coming.

Overall, the car is looking really good with all those bits and pieces in place. The 359 Satin Black Wheels mix perfectly with the Alpine White body. Good job BMW or should we say EAS?
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