The BMW M4 MotoGP safety car has finally made its way to the 2015 Geneva Motor Show, the model being already previewed with a water injection system. The carmaker has made the best out of it to showcase it at the event.
This is a premiere for the BMW, as the water is injected into the collector, allowing a closer ignition “to the optimum value by lowering the tendency of the unit to knock.” But to achieve that, the BMW M4 Coupe would need a 5-liter tank installed in the trunk.
Every movement, the valves as well as the ignition system is controlled via the car`s sensors with connects all that with the engine. For a proper work, the car needs to refill the water tank every five stops.
Frank van Meel, the chief at BMW M Division, has mentioned that his department is presently working on a revolutionary water injection system, for improved performance and fuel reduction. We will be using this technology in the BMW M4 MotoGP Safety Car for the 2015 season for the first time,” van Meel also concluded.
Apart from the water injection system, the BMW M4 MotoGP SafetyCar is also coming with some interesting features in terms of features, such as the wide carbon fiber rear wing and front splitter, while inside, the model is coming with the Recaro racing seats, roll bar and the motorsport fire extinguisher.
We are not sure how much more power the BMW M4 will be producing with this new water injection system, but it would be definitely higher than the stock 41 horsepower and 550 Nm of torque, for its 3.0-liter TwinPower Turbo unit.