TEASED: This Is The New BMW M4 GT4
The M4 GT4 will slot in neatly between the M2 CS Racing and the M4 GT3 pictured below. Set to be revealed on June 17, BMW Motorsport has said deliveries of the track-focused performer will commence before the end of the year. The GT4 will gain motivation from the M4’s twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter inline-six and, while racing regulations may see it produce less power than the road-legal Competition, it will be a far lighter machine.
BMW has also said the GT4 will make use of the road car’s transmission but will borrow its CFC roof and rear wing design from the more powerful GT3 derivative. Performance and technical data is yet to be revealed, but we’re confident it will surpass the 431 hp afforded by the previous generation – it should be more expensive, too.
Revealed in 2017, the F82 GT4 retailed for €169,000 (approx. $179,000) at the time. We wouldn’t be surprised if the latest model breaches the $200,000 mark.