The 2017 BMW M4 DTM was built as a celebration of Marco Wittmann`s winning of this year`s DTM Championship, the model being available on the market in a limited-run of just 200 vehicles.
Recently, the German-based carmaker announced the arrival of 10 units with the M4 DTM in Australia, each one coming with a price tag of AUD 295,000, which is a hefty price compared to the standard M4, with AUD 149,615.
As we already know and depicting from the media gallery below, each available BMW M4 DTM model will come in the gorgeous Alpine White exterior wrap with M striping on the sides of the body, adding as well CFRP roof, front splitter, side skirts, rear diffuser, mirror caps, boot-lid spoiler and GTS-like bonnet.
Other high-end features also include the adaptive LED headlights with BMW Selective Beam, OLED taillights, while at the rear, the model is complemented with the same GTS-like titanium quad-exhaust system.
The model is also fitted with the 19-inch and 20-inch alloy wheels, front and rear, respectively, finished in Orbit Grey matte and wrapping 285/35/19 front and 285/30/20 rear tires.
Inside, the cabin is highlighted by the M front bucket seats with six-point harnesses, white roll cage, fire extinguisher, perfectly blending the Alcantara trim for the steering wheel.
As for the engine under the hood, the BMW M4 DTM uses a 3.0-inline six-cylinder engine with water injection, churning out an impressive 500 horsepower and 600 Nm of torque. We are looking here at 50 horsepower and 50 Nm of torque more than the standard M4. The sprint from 0 to 100 km/h is done in just 3.8 seconds, at a top speed of 305 km/h.