Back in June, the BMW M4 GT3 Race Car arrived with a staggering $530,000 price tag. This dedicated race car, based on the already scorching BMW M4 Coupe promises massive performance and is eligible for 2022 IMSA Weather Tech GTD and SRO GT classes.
This is a dedicated race car for professional teams, which is not for everyone. That’s why BMW is getting ready to launch the BMW M4 GT4 G82, a customer racing car that will replace the successful F82 M4 GT4.
The car should be introduced in 2022, just in time for the racing season in the Northern hemisphere, and as always, the BMW M Design team has given us a sneak preview of this track-focused beast. All we get is a rear three-quarter view, but that should be enough to convince most serious BMW fans to buy one.
From what we can tell, this new BMW track car has all the right ingredients: the wheel arches have been generously flared, the front end features a number of splitters and canards. The rear-end of the BMW M4 GT4 G82 looks more or less like the standard car, except for the massive rear wing, which should add some serious downforce. Don’t expect any major changes, as BMW plans to keep the design of the GT4 as similar to the road-going car as possible.