BMW touts compiling over 20,000 test kilometers while developing the car, which is in addition to wind tunnel time and other fine-tuning tasks. And the GT4 includes a new, clever trick: the ability to fit it with one of multiple power sticks. These sticks come preprogrammed with different performance levels and connect with the engine control software to quickly adjust the balance of performance from one race to the next.
The GT4 just ran in the 24 hours of Nurburgring. To help build excitement, BMW released this video.
The M4 GT4 comes in 2018, but BMW will take your money now. If you have $200,000 burning a hole in your pocket and want to go racing in a factory-built car, you’re in luck. As for me, how much are kidneys worth?