While the U.S. market has yet to announce the pricing for the BMW M4 GTS, the Europeans are eager to get some orders in. Earlier today we reported that the Germans will be able to buy the new M4 GTS for 142,600 Euros (the available units number is unknown at the moment) and now the Brits are reporting on the pricing for the M4 GTS.
With only 30 units produced for the UK market, the new M4 GTS can be bought for £121,770, the equivalent of $186,000. Just like the other markets, the UK cars will be available in Sapphire Black metallic, Mineral Grey metallic, Alpine White and Frozen Dark Grey Metallic. The M4 GTS will sit on the same M Star (Style 666M) 19-inch front wheels (9.5 J x 19) and 20-inch (10.5 J x 20) rear wheels, painted in Acid Orange and wrapped in the Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 tires (front: 265/35 R19; rear: 285/30 R20).
Standard equipment includes the iDrive Navigation System, adaptive LED headlights, OLED taillights, PDC front and rear, BMW Individual high-gloss Shadow Line trim and M door sill finishers, an M footrest, an M gearshift lever, M-specific circular instruments with white graphics, an M sports steering wheel in Alcantara.
The engine delivers 500 horsepower for the European model and 493 hp for the U.S. one. From 0 to 60 mph, the M4 GTS needs only 3.7 seconds. BMW also quotes a Nurburgring time of 7:28 minutes which is faster than many supercars.
BMW says the M4 GTS sold in the UK won’t come with a dashboard plaque denoting the specific production number.
BMW M4 GTS is scheduled to go in production next month.