BMW M4 GT3

BMW M4 GT3 completes demonstration laps at the Red Bull Ring.

It was a world premiere on the Red Bull Ring when for the first time, BMW M GmbH presented its two icons designed for the road and the racetrack side by side, the prototypes of the new BMW M4 Coupe (combined fuel consumption: 10.9 – 10.5 l/100 km*; combined CO2 emissions: 249 – 239 g/km*, provisional figures) and the new BMW M4 GT3. During the run-up to the MotoGP ‘BMW M Grand Prix of Styria’, the two vehicles were presented in a camouflage look designed specifically for this purpose, as their final design will not be revealed until a later date. 

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“The BMW M4 Coupe and its motorsport counterpart BMW M4 GT3 are icons of the BMW M GmbH and prime examples of the technology transfer from motorsport to series production – and back again. From the outset, both vehicles were developed parallel to each other, so they both have the same genes,” said Markus Flasch, CEO of the BMW M GmbH. For Philipp Eng, the person driving the BMW M4 GT3, the ride around the Austrian circuit was a welcome foretaste of the year ahead: “I can’t wait to take the BMW M4 GT3 onto the starting grid,” said Eng. “The BMW M4 GT3 will already take part in its first race next year and will be able to prove how it performs under competitive conditions.” From 2022 and following selected racing events in 2021, the BMW M4 GT3 will finally replace the BMW M6 GT3 as the top-of-the-range model in BMW’s customer sport offering.

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