The BMW M4 GTS (F82) is the track-focused version of the BMW M4 Coupé, and the successor of the BMW M3 GTS (E92).
BMW introduced the M4 GTS concept in August 2015 at the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance. In 2016, BMW released the production version of the car which was a track-focused version of the standard M4 coupé itself with a limited production run of 700 units and a price tag of $133,205. It is powered by the same 3.0-litre twin-turbo straight-six engine as in the normal M4, but the power has been raised to 368 kW (500 PS; 493 hp), largely due to a novel water injection system that is the first to be used on a production automobile in almost twenty years. In addition to the increased engine power, the M4 GTS is 27 kg (60 lb) lighter than the standard M4 Coupé with the DCT transmission, so the weight now stands at 1,585 kg (3,494 lb). The 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) acceleration time is reduced to just 3.8 seconds, while the top speed stands at 305 km/h (190 mph). The M4 GTS has, according to BMW, lapped the infamous Nürburgring Nordschleife track in 7 minutes and 28 seconds, 24 seconds faster than the base M4 and 20 seconds faster than the M3 GTS. This equates to the same time as a Porsche Carrera GT.
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The BMW M4 GTS appears as a mid (now low) Class C car with the following rank statistics:
The BMW M4 GTS has a relatively high top speed, decent nitro efficiency, and average acceleration and handling. It will perform better on top speed oriented tracks like The Himalayas or New York, where it can maintain speed more easily. However, it is not fast enough to compete with the high-end Class C cars; namely, the Arrinera Hussarya and Vencer Sarthe, which are both significantly faster than the M4.