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BMW Concept M4 GTS Premieres at Monterey Car Week

BMW Concept M4 GTS Premieres at Monterey Car Week

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No one has ever accused BMW of doing things small. The automotive company enthusiastically unveiled their concept M4 GTS at not one but two invitation-only Monterey Car Week events. And Pursuitist was there.

If all goes according to plan, the M4 GTS will become the first M3/ M4 special production car to be sold in the US. A year on from the launch of the BMW M4 Coupe, BMW M GmbH presented a preview of this unique high-performance model for use on the road and on the race track.


The BMW Concept M4 GTS continues the tradition of BMW M3 special models already illuminated by the BMW M3 Evolution (1988), BMW M3 Sport Evolution (1990), BMW M3 GT (1995), BMW M3 CSL (2003), BMW M3 GTS (2010) and BMW M3 CRT (2011). Technology honed in race competition, a hike in power, a commitment to lightweight design and limited production numbers with unbeatable performance coupled with a powerful and exclusive driving experience.


“While the BMW M4 Coupe embodies the ideal combination of motor sport genes and unrestricted everyday usability, the BMW Concept M4 GTS previews an emotionally powerful and exclusive special model conceived with an eye for trailblazing technology and a keen focus on the race track,” said Frank van Meel, Chairman of the Board of Management of BMW M GmbH. “Despite its outstanding track ability, it is still fully road-legal. This is racing technology for the road in the truest sense.”


The BMW Concept M4 GTS showcases new technologies which will debut in production vehicles later this year. The BMW Concept M4 GTS features the innovative water injection system that has already provided a significant output and torque boost in the BMW M4 MotoGP Safety Car. In addition, the BMW Concept M4 GTS has rear lights with OLED (organic light-emitting diode) technology for an unmistakable appearance. More details on the production version will be revealed at a later date.