BMW pulled the wraps off the M4 Coupe MotoGP safety car, a model which received the well-known M livery, flashing lights and side graphics.
Power is offered by a 3.0-liter TwinPower Turbo unit producing 431 horsepower and 550 Nm of torque, enough for a 0-100 km/h sprint in 4,3 seconds or 4,1 seconds with the seven-speed M DCT transmission.
At the exterior, the German company fitted the M4 Coupe MotoGP safety car with a new carbon fiber front splitter, side skirts and a rear diffuser.
It seems that BMW switeched from last year’s M6 Gran Coupe safety car to an M4 Coupe, a decision which could be interpreted as a marketing strategy to promote the new sports car in the range.
The new BMW M4 Coupe MotoGP safety car will be seen in premiere in about two weeks at the MotoGP season start in Qatar.