BMW has unveiled the images of the M4 GTS Concept, which is reportedly slated to be unveiled at the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance on 14 and 15 August.
The road-and-track version of BMW M4 will feature some of the latest technologies of the manufacturer, topped by the water injection system.
The system, which is already in place in the BMW M4 MotoGP safety car, sprays water to the intake manifold. When the water vaporises, the intake air cools significantly that allows higher boost for turbochargers, resulting increased output. Thus, the M4 GTS will be powerfull than the current M4, developing 425bhp of power.
The other notable feature is the OLED technology (organic light-emitting diodes). The tail lamps of the concept are fitted with this system that allows extra flexibility and forges an unmistakable appearance that signals exceptional precision of glow from the lights, according to BMW.
The concept also features a hood made of carbon fibre reinforced plastic (CFRP), front splitter and rear wing made out of carbon fibre.
The M4 GTS concept previewed with a 19-inch front and 20-inch rear wheels draped in what BMW calls acid orange shade. The car's shining grey color is dubbed as frozen dark grey and the combination does look striking for this concept.
BMW has kept rest of the details under wraps. However, the high performance coupe will be a feast for speed buffs, considering the changes in engine tech. The coupe is likely to run 0-100kmph speed under four seconds as opposed to the standard M4's 4.1 seconds.