Meet the BMW M4 GTS.
Only 700 of these will be made and that's a shame because if the spec's anything to go by, it's gonna be awesome.
Let's start with the power.
It boasts a three liter twin turbo straight six.
But it's backing something called water injection.
What that does, is it lowers the final compression temperature which in turn boosts power and efficiency.
The extra performance on offer equates to 493 brake horsepower and 442 pound-foot, way more than the 425 horses and 406 pound-foot you get in the normal M4.
It's nought to 62 time is a blink and you'll miss it, 3.8 seconds.
And it's electronically limited to 190 miles an hour.
That means it can [UNKNOWN] ring in less than 7.5 minutes, which is fast.
It's also only, but that's no big deal because the dual touch transmission BMW has is fantastic.
With all of that in place, it still manages 34 MPG in UK money.
Though it's set to emit 199 grams per kilometer of carbon dioxide, 5 more than the regular M4.
Now not only did we get a look at the M4 GTS, we also got to hear it start up.
Have some noise.
But what about the rest?
Well, it's got a titanium exhaust so it'll sound good.
Adjustable dampers, new suspension, carbon ceramic brakes, upgraded anti-roll bars, Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 tires made just for the GTS 19 inch wheels upfront and 20s at the back, and those are finished in a color called acid orange.
The GTS has been on a bit of a dire.
Around 100 kilos has been lost, there's no rear seats and the front are made of carbon fiber.
In fact, there's a fair whack of carbon fiber reinforced plastic all over the shop.
It comes in few colors, black, white and frozen dark grey.
There's a few options too.
A carbon fiber interior performance package.
A heads up display and even the internet because you just know you want to check Facebook while bumping around the carousel.
Of those 700, only 30 are coming to the UK and that will cost 121,770 pounds.
A lot, yes but V92 and 3GTS was pretty fantastic so this Will probably be worth it.
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