BMW M4 Marauder Rendering Looks Like an Asimov Creation

Now that the M4 has been out for quite some time now, the tuning world had enough time to come up with plenty of choices for the current owners. However, when the reality is too hard to digest and implies too many costs, rendering could work just as well to put make ideas come true. At least in the same of some carefully curated stills.
BMW M4 Marauder Rendering 1 photo
Photo: Khyzyl Saleem
That’s what Khyzyl Saleem did in his latest rendering, creating a stunning BMW M4 nicknamed Marauder. His creation begins with the M car but ends up somewhere close to looking like a something coming out of Isaac Asimov’s creations.

On the outside, we can notice the original front bumper was kept on but received a couple of carbon fiber splitters going both underneath it and across it, to the fenders.

Speaking of which, they were also modified, flared to be more precise. Due to their supposed bolt-on look, they appear to be a creation of the guys from Liberty Walk. That’s a real thing, by the way, a wide body kit for the M4 being offered by the Japanese company as we speak. It will set you back $11,500 if you want it made of carbon fiber or $9,800 made of FRP, but at least your ride will look like a Sci-Fi creation.

Other than that we can also notice what looks like an intercooler in the central air intake along with some serious rubber on the rims and blacked out headlights. All we need now are around 700 HP coming out of the 3-liter bi-turbo engine, and I think we’d be safe actually to partake in various serious motorsport events.
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