Test of the “charged” M4 GTS Coupe

November 12, 2014 at 22:37

BMW is testing the new “charged” M4 GTS Coupe. The BMW Company is calibrating the high-power coupe BMW M4 GTS on the famous Nurnberg ring track. Bavarian engineers are ready to debut the extreme version of the coupe M4. The prototype differs from the standard model by a modified front bumper and a large rear wing on the trunk lid, a more powerful braking system and adjusted suspension. The new vehicle will be the successor to the M3 GTS, which differed by the lightweight body with a carbon roof, uprated to 450 horse powers (30 hp). It had a petrol engine and a number of other changes.

M4 GTS Coupe pics

M4 GTS Coupe picture

Now BMW M4 F82 has a carbon roof – which lowers the center of gravity, and saves the total equipped weight of the car. Recall that the current version of the BMW M4 is equipped with a 3.0-liter inline six-cylinder engine M TwinPower Turbo capacity 431 horse powers. Coupe accelerates in 4.1 seconds from a zero to hundred. The BMW M4 speedometer is marked up to 330 km / h, which it is not far from the reality, tachometer is also quite truthful, 8000 rev / min, but a top speed is electronically limited to 250 km / h. Anyway the scales are pleasing informative and readable, and the classic orange light at night only adds comfort in a long journey.

M4 GTS Coupe picture

M4 GTS Coupe pictures

It is expected that the M4 GTS version will be the most powerful and dynamic pilot production model of the family and will be released in limited edition.

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