This is the Dinan M4 F82 that features many amazing Dinan parts, but the really amazing stuff is the carbon fiber parts under the hood. Well, that and the improved engine, making 530 horsepower with just a DINANTRONICS Stage 2 Performance Tune, a Dinan Free Flow stainless exhaust, and carbon fiber cold-air intake.
Possibly even more impressive was the Dinan M235i. The 3.0-liter I-6 now makes 440 horsepower, up from the stock 320, with a DINANTRONICS Stage 4 Tune, Dinan N55 Big Turbo Kit, high performance dual intercooler, carbon fiber cold air intake, and free flow stainless steel exhaust. It's planted to the ground with a Dinan performance suspension package and 19x8 front, 19x9 rear BBS CH-R rims wearing Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires.
Prior Design brought out this M6 Coupe with a widebody kit hunching over a set of Vossen VPS 306 forged wheels and slammed out with an Accuair Suspension System.
Another beautiful M-coupe with a widebody setup out in the Feature Vehicle area out front, near the South Hall of the convention center.
Out in the DUB Show was this M3 sedan with a set of TIS 542B wheels and new DUB IR window film.
Also in the DUB Show area was this F82 with a Liberty Walk kit and Rotiform wheels. It was a rainy day made much brighter with this M4 on display outside.
In the Nitto Tires booth was this M5 Sedan with the wet look to celebrate the Motivo tire. Those Motivos were on a set of Vossen VPS 306 wheels in red.
Of course, a BMW M4 with a Nurburgring decal is always welcome.
Rolloface Performance showed off a pair of M3s, but the E92 still gets our attention every time we see one. You just can't deny the great looks of this body style with the addition of a widebody kit. It also features a set of Toyo Proxes tires, Swift springs, and Rolloface's brand new big brake kit.
We have to close out with the rebirth of Rusty Slammington at the H&R booth. Rusty, owned by Mike Burroughs, suffered a disaster when it was mostly destroyed in a fire four years ago. It's nothing like it originally was and was made far better thanks to that mishap. Like a phoenix rising, Rusty is now a coupe version of the E28 with a metal wide fender setup, reminiscent to classic silhouette race cars of a bygone era.
Enjoy our collection of a few other standouts from the 2015 SEMA Show.