2015 BMW M4 Convertible
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First 2015 BMW M4 Convertible from EAS gets unique blacked-out look

The first 2015 BMW M4 Convertibles are arriving and this Black Sapphire beauty is already getting a new look.
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European Auto Source (EAS) just got in this 2015 BMW M4 Convertible from Santa Monica BMW and gave it a new blacked-out treatment. It’s the very first new M4 Convertible that they’ve had at the shop. EAS is all about high-performance and they build project BMWs that can be driven on the street and track. This Black Sapphire open top beauty is getting a few upgrades on the outside to set it apart on the roads around Anaheim, CA.

This new M4 Convertible came with the Sonoma Beige interior with Merino leather trim package, Executive package, M Double-Clutch transmission, Adaptive M suspension, side and top view cameras and a Harman Kardon surround sound ($83,025).

A new RKP diffuser

This Black Sapphire F83 came equipped with the BMW M Performance titanium exhaust system with carbon fiber tips, and EAS thought it was only logical to add a diffuser. So the California tuner installed the RKP diffuser in a 2x2 carbon fiber weave, which EAS says, “Matches the beautiful M Performance tips quite nicely.”

A blacked-out look

On the front of the M4 drop top, EAS next installed a set of gloss black kidney grille surrounds, some iND painted reflectors and painted keyhole cover to give this convertible a blacked-out look. With it's sleek style, aggressive rear end and a 6SPD manual transmission, this convertible is one seriously sweet M car.

This was just a mild upgrade for this new Black Sapphire M4 Convertible and it received the perfect touches to set it apart. EAS likes to push the envelope even further and participates every year in the European Car Tuner GP and this year brings a special 2015 BMW M4 Coupe. It will put down a massive 559 horsepower and 605 lb. ft of torque at the wheels.

CHECK OUT: EAS 2015 BMW M4 Coupe Project street/track weapon [video]

EAS says they made some changes to the new M4 monster so it could best handle the track with this much power. They also build all their cars so they can be driven to the track and this special M4 Coupe is no exception.


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