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However, it was still technically fascinating and it intrigued the brainiac car enthusiasts that liked unusual but clever technology. So even though the M4 GTS was only marginally faster than the standard M4, and not any faster than its competitors at its price point, there were a lot of fans that wanted one for its intrigue alone.
The three-way M coilover suspension specially tuned for the BMW M4 GTS can be adjusted to individual tastes and therefore also to the demands of different race circuits. The lightweight M carbon ceramic brakes offer a well-defined pressure point and ensure outstanding deceleration even under sustained heavy loads, such as at the limit on the race track.
World-exclusive OLED technology, brilliant LED light. The familiar two sets of twin circular headlights with four corona rings ensure the best possible illumination of the road surface. They combine cutting-edge LED (light-emitting diode) technology with BMW Selective Beam (dazzle-free high beam assistant) and Adaptive Headlights.
The optional Clubsport Package can further enhance the affinity of the BMW M4 GTS with the race track. It includes a roll bar in Acid Orange behind the front seats, a race-specification six-point harness** and a fire extinguisher.
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BMW capped production of the M4 GTS to 700 units worldwide and of these, just 300 were sold in the United States with 161 painted Alpine White. The owner of this car has adorned it with a handful of aftermarket modifications, including a new carbon fiber front splitter, unique rear wing uprights, and a set of Avant Garde M520R wheels wrapped in Falken Azenis FK510 tires. The Bring A Trailer listing confirms the standard wheels and tires will be included in the sale.
Found within the cabin are manually-adjustable sport seats clad in black leather with Alcantara inserts and matching dash and door panels. Key features include navigation, automatic climate control, a head-up display, and a roll bar finished in copper.
Slotted beneath the aggressive bodywork of the M4 GTS is a twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter S55B30 six-cylinder engine producing 493 hp and 443 lb-ft of torque. This engine is coupled to a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission and an active locking differential.
If you crave the excellent driving dynamics and inherent badge appeal that come with a BMW 3 Series but in the form of a coupe or convertible, the 4 Series is the answer. And the 4-door Gran Coupe is a practical and beautiful hauler thanks to its spacious hatch.
Fresh entry-level, luxury-coupe temptation arrives in the 2017 Mercedes-Benz C-Class, which offers a more elegant interior and sophisticated technology such as semi-autonomous driving. The all-new 2017 Infiniti Q60 also looks to give the 4 Series a run for its money in the departments of style and power.
Used by turbo tuners for decades, injecting water into a forced-induction (i.e., turbo- or supercharged) engine isn't a new concept. However, it's unusual to see it offered from a major manufacturer. In the M4 GTS, water is atomized into the intake plenum through three injectors and a pressure of 145 psi. This has several effects.
First, the evaporative cooling of the charge drops air intake temperatures by 80 degrees Fahrenheit, which is beyond what the intercooler can achieve by itself. This makes for a denser charge, and one that contains more power. Water injection also acts as a knock-reducing agent, effectively working as though higher-octane (think: racing) fuel were in play. Not only does the anti-knock let BMW's engineers lean out the mixture for greater power, but it also allows for reduced fuel consumption at maximum throttle. That means more high-speed laps per tank. Which is neat.
Other mechanical additions: a lighter, carbon fiber driveshaft, titanium exhaust, three-way mechanically-adjustable coilover shocks, and six-piston carbon-ceramic brakes. Which is all to the M4 GTS is, basically, nuts.
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As part of the renumbering that splits the 3 Series coupé and convertible models into the 4 Series, the M4 replaced the BMW M3 coupé and convertible models. Upgrades over the standard BMW 4 Series include an upgraded engine, suspension, exhaust system, brakes and weight reduction measures including increased use of carbon fibre, such as on the roof of the car.
As per its E92 predecessor, the roof of the coupe model is constructed from carbon fibre (except if the optional sunroof is fitted). Carbon fibre is also used for the bootlid and engine brace. For the first time in a M3/M4 model, an electric power steering unit is used. The steering system is specifically tuned for both the M3 and M4, however it has been criticised for lacking in feel. The 18 inches (460 mm) and 19 inches (480 mm) wheel options are available with lightweight forged alloy wheels being standard. The M compound brakes come standard (with blue brake calipers), while carbon ceramic brakes (with gold brake calipers) are available as an option.
The M4 features Active Sound, live amplification of the engine's natural sound inducted into the passenger cabin via speakers in the car. BMW claims this technology has been used so that the well insulated cabin can reduce road/wind noise but still provide the driver with the sporty sound of the M powered engine. There are no artificial sound or any pre-recorded track in the system. This system was first implemented in the M5 (F10).
The convertible variant of the M4 was announced along with its coupe sibling, also internally known as F82 or F83 M4. It shares almost everything with the coupé version, but weighs more due to its folding metal roof. The convertible weighs 1,750 kg (3,858 lb) (manual), 1,691 kg (3,728 lb) (M-DCT). The three-piece retractable hardtop folds in 20 seconds. The only significant difference between the two is the weight due to its retractable hardtop. Like its hardtop counterpart, the F83 M4 uses carbon fibre reinforced plastic to lighten and stiffen the car.
Because of its extra weight it accelerates slower, taking it 0.3 seconds longer to 100 km/h (62 mph); 4.6 seconds with the manual and 4.3 seconds with the M-DCT transmission. The dynamic differences between the two variants are marginally small.
Starting from the 2019 model year (production from 07/2018 onward) BMW removed the carbon fibre driveshaft so as to be able to fit an Otto Particulate Filter (OPF), necessary to comply with WLTP emissions regulations and this also meant that the M Performance Exhaust was no longer able to be offered on these cars by BMW.
In February 2016, BMW announced the M4 Competition Package. The M4 Competition Package increases power output by 14 kW (19 PS; 19 hp) to 331 kW (450 PS; 444 hp) and has a revised suspension for better handling. New springs, dampers and anti-roll bars complement the included Adaptive M Suspension. BMW also re-tuned the electronic differential and the Dynamic Stability Control to match the upgraded hardware. The interior remains largely unchanged, but Competition Package cars get new lightweight sport seats along with the M-striped woven seat belts. The exterior includes the M Sport exhaust with black chrome tailpipes and high gloss Shadow Line exterior trim. Gloss black trim is added to the kidney grille, side gills, and model badge on the trunk. 041b061a72