What could be better than a BMW M4 doing some burnouts? On a recent wintery Sunday in Miami we got together with our buddy, Zack (@zackmoro), and his newly-equipped 2015 BMW M4 fitted with Vossen Forged: Precision Series Wheels to find out. As it turns out, not much tops a new BMW M4 doing burnouts.
You might have recognize this beautiful M4, as it was featured here as part of our “dual M4” shoot, but now it’s back with a new look. Zach was anticipating our lightweight Vossen Forged wheels being released, and when he heard they were becoming available he immediately put in his order for another upgrade to his M4.
The BMW “M” Legend grows with the new 2015 M4. However, BMW decided to continue naming sedan as the M3 whilst dubbing the new coupe as the M4. New name, same purpose—to be one of the best all around sport luxury vehicles on the planet.
Zack chose the jaw-dropping “Sakhir Orange” finish for both the exterior and interior and with the black accents throughout, and we have to admit, it looks fantastic. He’s only had the car since August, so for now he’s touched up the black grill and side markers for a cleaner look. The bright blue “M” calipers offer a nice contrast to the overall theme. The stealth graphite Vossen Precision Series Wheels give it the perfect menacing look that Zack was aiming for.
Zack’s M4 features our beautiful VPS-310 Vossen Forged: Precision Series wheels in stealth graphite finish. Sized 20×9.5 up front and 20×11 in the rear, this creates a much more appealing fitment than the stock rollers while also being a lightweight, forged 6061-T6 wheel. One big advantage to him selecting VPS wheels is that we can specifically design the spoke profile to his liking, in this case resulting in mid-concave fronts complimented by very deep-concave rears. The forged 6061-T6 material means these wheels can take the beating Zack dishes out, as showcased our short film of the car (click here to view).
The bright graffiti found in the Wynwood Art District of Miami was a perfect backdrop for the Sakhir Orange finish, accompanied by a touch of dust and tire smoke here and there. Zack has become a regular around the Vossen offices and events, so it was no surprise that some of our staff came out to watch the Zack demonstrate his Sunday driving habits—no Ms. Daisy here!
We had an excellent time hanging out and watching Zack tear up the tarmac on his new VPS-310 forged wheels. You can find full photoshoot by our guy, Sam Dobbins, accompanied by an amazing video shot by Dela and Chris in 4k ultra high definition by clicking here or pressing play below!