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Based on the 2021 M4 Competition Coupe, BMW presents the new M4 GT3 customer race car. Replacing the M6 GT3, the new model features an engine that's 80lbs lighter with its new inline-six that produces 590 hp and 516 lb-ft of torque. The engine receives a number of modifications that includes a tweak to the engine's mounting angle, a dry-sump, on engine-mounted oil tanks with integrated oil/water exchanger, an intake system with charge cycle split and two throttle valves, an exhaust system with charge cycle split, GT3-spec engine mounts, and rear torsional vibration dampers. 

The engine is paired with a sequential six-speed gearbox that's sourced from the M8 GTE and an electro-hydraulic clutch. Other details an FIA BMW M safety seat, an enhanced air conditions system, a new BMW Motorsport M4 GT3 Steering Wheel with traction control, radio, ABS, engine mapping, windshield wiper, and drink system functions, enhanced cooling via the new kidney grilles, and a rear wing. An optional Competition Package is also available with additional headlights, backlit door numbers, TPMS with 8 sensors, spring and brake pedal travel measurement systems, a rearview camera system, an additional set of rims, and one day of training on BMW M Motorsport's M4 GT3 simulator. 

From $530,000,

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