The high-performance BMW Concept M4 GTS has recently been introduced. It was a year ago that the BMW M Division launched the BMW M4 Coupe. This initial preview demonstrates the roots of BMW M Division as it performs outstandingly either on the road or on the race track. Founded in 1972, this BMW offshoot was first known as BMW Motorsport GmbH.
It attracted a ton of attention because of its legendary BMW M1 racing car and also when it built the first turbocharged engine to be named the Formula One World Champion. It is also credited for creating the Group A BMW M3, which has been recognized for so long as the most successful racing touring car in the world.
The new BMW Concept M4 GTS comes after a line of BMW M3 special models that include the BMW M3 Evolution (1988), BMW M3 Sport Evolution (1990), BMW M3 GT (1995), BMW M3 CSL (2003), BMW M3 GTS (2010) and BMW M3 CRT (2011). These models offer unparalleled performance combined with a driving experience that’s breath-taking and highly exclusive.
The division is able to do this by raising its power, making use of technology that is taken from having joined races, applying a lightweight design, and producing in limited numbers. These new technologies featured in the BMW Concept M4 GTS are expected to be unveiled in an upcoming new model.
For instance, the BMW Concept M4 GTS comes with the advanced water injection system that has led to a considerable boost in the output and torque of the BMW M4 MotoGP Safety Car. Furthermore, the BMW Concept M4 GTS features rear lights with OLED (organic light-emitting diode) technology that allow for a totally different look as soon as it gets dark.
The BMW Concept M4 GTS made its world premiere at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance in California on August 13. It was presented together with highly awarded sports cars from the past years.
The BMW Concept M4 GTS comes with innovative rear lights that feature OLED technology. OLEDs (organic light-emitting diodes) are a new variety of light source that produce full-surface and homogenous illumination.
In comparison, LEDs emit light to a single point. It has a low installation height of only 1.4 millimetres. Its ability to actuate individual light modules individually makes fresh design scope in lighting concepts. OLED technology allows for additional flexibility and forms a unique look that signifies outstanding precision.