BMW’s M4 GTS has been applauded by performance-sharks who haven’t been able to contain their excitement over this incredibly racetrack-ready car. In addition to a light body weight, the car also packs a serious punch in performance, thanks to some cutting edge technology. The car proved its claims of being a powerhouse by completing the highly challenging Nürburgring-Nordschleife circuit in just seven minutes and twenty-eight seconds. Most racing enthusiasts will nod approvingly at this task that wouldn’t be expected from a model that is inspired by a line of coupes.
The BMW M4 GTS was launched as a tribute to the company’s M3 line, which has been around since 1986. In the thirty years that the model has rolled onto our streets we have seen a number of renditions rolling in with significant boosts in performance, but none coming even touching distance of this beast.
The company plans to produce only 700 examples of this brilliant car, which means that we wouldn’t see too many of them on too many roads (let alone racetracks) across the world.