Information regarding the two new GT3-inspired models are still scarce at the moment ahead of its official debut next month, but we do know that the two editions will include one road variation and another racing Competition variation. The former offers 480 horsepower that works in tandem with a six-speed manual transmission while the latter boasts a slightly higher 510 horsepower and will be equipped with an eight-speed M Steptronic transmission with DriveLogic support. Power for both comes from a six-cylinder engine upgraded with the automaker’s M TwinPower Turbo feature, the same engine powering the four-door M3.
Take a closer look at the BMW’s new 2021 M4 models in the gallery above while you wait for the full debut in September.
Elsewhere in the automotive world, Canepa is now offering a 1963 Porsche 356B outlaw for sale.