BMW continues its long standing relationship with the Motor Cycling World Championship series (MotoGP with the 2014 BMW M4 safety car. BMW has been the official car of MotoGP since 1999, and is looking forward to another successful season which begins on March 23rd in Qatar and ends on November 9th in Valencia.
The new M4 is wearing a classic BMW white background color with the distinct three colors of the M division. The M4 comes with a race inspired 3.0-liter turbo inline six, which revs to a high 7,600 rpm and produces plentiful 425 hp at 7,300 rpm and 406 lb-ft from 1,850-5,500 rpm. This is a little more horsepower than the outgoing V8, but a wonderful 111 pounds of torque above the old 4.0-liter.
The MotoGP safety car also displays many of the BMW M Performance accessories. The flashing red lights are not road legal, but this car displays M Performance grille, splitter, side skirts, spoiler, and diffuser that owners will be able to add to their cars.
Watch this TFLcar insider video of the 2014 BMW M4 and M3 debut from the 2014 Detroit Auto Show: