The M4 GTP Coupe was launched by BMW in 2018 as a high performance version of their 2016 BMW M supercar model. But don’t be deceived by its use of some of the best automotive technology in motorsports around, for this model is just as capable on the track as it is out on the open road.
Following in the footsteps of its predecessors like the 1994 BMW M3 GT and the 2003 BMW M3 CSL, the M4 GTP Coupe is now BMW’s most turbo powered high performance car around.
The sports engineering means that it offers a superb power-to-weight ratio equivalent to that of a racing car, with a number of the M4 GTP Coupe’s key components being made of carbon, which makes for a more aerodynamic and smooth ride and better controlled steering behind the wheel.
Powered on a V8 engine with 420 bhp, this BMW has top speeds of 140 mph, cruising from 0 - 60 mph in a rapid 5 seconds.