The brand new BMW M4 Coupe MotoGP Safety Car has been officially unveiled on the company’s M Facebook account.
BMW has used an M6 Gran Coupe for the 2013 MotoGP championship and now the German based automaker has switched to the newly unveiled M4 Coupe for this year’s edition of the motorsport event. The so-called BMW M4 Coupe MotoGP Safety Car has been officially unveiled by the carmaker and it’s wearing the M livery, some front skirt attachments, a rear spoiler and a rear diffuser. All of them have been produced from carbon fiber.
The new BMW M4 Coupe MotoGP Safety Car is using a 3.0 liter inline six-cylinder engine. This is also used on the standard vehicle and also on the new M3 Sedan. The total output produced by the unit stands at 431 HP (317 kW) and 550 Nm (406 lb-ft) of torque. The 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) acceleration is made in 4.1 seconds with the optional 7-speed M DCT or in 4.3 seconds with the 6-speed manual transmission. Top speed of the model has been electronically limited to 250 km/h (155 mph) but it can be raised to 280 km/h (174 mph) with the M Driver’s Package.