A fleet of BMW M4 GTS cars was spotted in Stockholm, Sweden as it was allegedly heading to dealerships across the country for delivery. According to dealer reports, Sweden has received 9 BMW M4 GTS models for a total population of 9 million.
The BMW M4 GTS is and will probably forever be one of the most sought BMWs. Limited to only 700 units, the M4 GTS delivers outstanding performance on the track so it comes with no surprise that the units have been already allocated worldwide with the U.S. taking the largest share. U.S. customers will get 300 units as it’s the largest M market in the world while Germany has allocated 80 of them.
For example, China – which is currently the biggest single market for BMW – will be getting only fifteen M4 GTS models. Considering it has a population of around 1.38 billion people, that adds up to one car for each 92 million Chinese people. Canada is the third on the list of M4 GTS cars allocated with 50 units, followed by the UK and Japan, each with 30 units.
The BMW M4 GTS uses BMW’s most advanced performance engine, an upgraded version of the 3-liter inline 6-cylinde twin-turbo S55 engine fitted on the normal M4. The most important upgrade given to the engine was the water-injection system which allows engineers to get 500 PS out of the mill instead of the stock 431 PS, while also decreasing knock.
The base price for the M4 GTS in the US is $135,195.