BMW's New M4 Gets Dressed for MotoGP Safety Car Duty
Mar 11, 2014 14:17
BMW and the motorcycle racing organizers at MotoGP have just made the new M4 the new safety car on the track. In the past we've seen the 1-Series M Coupe, the M6 Coupe and the M6 Gran Coupe wear the guise, but now BMW's new M4 Coupe will be doing the job for the 2014 season of the MotoGP.
BMw hasn't shared any specific information about the safety car but here are some initial images ofit. It will differ from regular production model through new aerodynamic parts such as the front splitter, boot lid spoiler and rear diffuser and new tailpipe with exterior mirror caps.
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