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Country of origin:Germany
Introduced in:2024
Internal name:992 II
Engine type:Plug-in Hybrid
Source:Company press release
Last updated:May 30, 2024
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Click here to download printer friendly versionBMW M Motorsport engineers have been working intensively to make their flagship in GT racing, the BMW M4 GT3, even better. The result of this work is the EVO version of the car, which was presented on Wednesday evening before the 24 Hours at the Nürburgring (GER) in the M Showroom at the ring°boulevard. The BMW M4 GT3 EVO will be in race action from the 2025 season.

The key to optimising the BMW M4 GT3 for the BMW M Motorsport engineers was the intensive dialogue with teams and drivers, because only when you know what customers need to be able to optimally drive a GT car can you tailor it perfectly to their needs. Thus, the focus with the BMW M4 GT3 EVO was not necessarily on pure performance but on areas such as drivability, efficiency, and reliability. The test work was primarily undertaken by BMW M works drivers Jens Klingmann (GER), Bruno Spengler (CAN), and Augusto Farfus (BRA). The price of the car is 578,000 euros net.

From the outside, changes to the chassis are noticeable on the BMW M4 GT3 EVO, which is no longer traditionally painted but is coated with a significantly lighter cathodic dip coating. Smaller aero mirrors, larger air outlets on the front wheel arches, and an altered adjustment range of the rear wing provide more aerodynamic efficiency.

New anti-roll bars on the front and rear axles, larger rear brake discs, and a much finer and easier-to-adjust differential ensure less tyre and brake wear and thus better and more consistent drivability. The headlights at the front and rear in LCI design are also new.

The “Inception” design by BMW Group Designworks integrates the themes of digitality and dimensionality into a bold, high-contrast mosaic. From multiple perspectives the iconic M colours appear in the same sequence they occur in the M logo: light blue on the left, dark blue in the middle, and red on the right, but now in three extruded, pixel-like dimensions. This approach sets up an asymmetrical overall layout for the car which also integrates a non-reflective matte black portion ahead of the driver to assist their forward focus. For the BMW M4 GT3 EVO, for dark areas of the livery the foil has been omitted to allow the authentic carbon fibre construction to show through, and save weight at the same time.

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