BMW today announced the price of the new M4 GT4 racing car, which will be released in October in preparation for the 2023 racing season. The price of the new competitor will be 187,000 euros (at the current rate of 196,257 US dollars – the factory price).
“We are committed to creating a successor to the highly successful first-generation BMW M4 GT4,” said Franciscus van Meel, CEO of BMW M. “Using a wide range of customer reviews, our team of experienced developers and the new sixth group. The BMW M4-based production car is the fastest, most reliable and most emotional new BMW M4 GT4.
Designed to win competitions and titles, the model offers new technologies for the production of M4, which are combined with components of the big brother M4 GT3. According to BMW, its engineers have focused on performance, reliability, maintenance and economy to make the M4 GT4 an attractive racing vehicle for consumers.
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The 3.0-liter, twin-turbocharged six-engine car produces 543 hp. (405 kW / 550 PS) and 479 pound feet (650 Nm) of torque, of course, depending on the rules. the series you want to enter. This power is provided by a seven-speed automatic transmission released by the ZF motorsport software. It also benefits from a DREXLER limited sliding differential with separate temperature-controlled auxiliary cooling and drive shafts optimized for motor sports.
The car comes with a number of performance benefits, as well as one or two natural comforts. These include the M Track booth, which does not require a laptop, which allows you to set many transport parameters and reduce the time spent on tuning the laptop.
It also has a 10-speed traction control system, a specially designed Recaro airbag with fan, interior with light components, GT3 light roof, adjustable GT3 rear wing, five-level adjustable anti-roll bars on the front and a specially designed KW double-sided adjustable rear motorized shock absorbers, H&R springs, adjustable front camera and finger, double-flow brake air cooling and air-conditioned driver cooling, as well as heated front glass to help prevent fog.
On the eve of the weekend of the SRO race on the international track VIRginia, BMW, which was first presented in its competitive version, officially began sales of this impressive racing car. The car was previously seen in camouflage during a test race in Nürburgring, Germany.
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