BMW has managed to set a legacy concerning MotoGP safety cars, with last year’s BMW M6 Gran Coupe now being replaced.
The new safety car is now a BMW M4, the new coupe following in the footsteps of the highly acclaimed M3.
As with the previous MotoGP safety car, the new BMW M4 has a good chance to come to the track in stock form, sporting its 3.0 liter in-line 6 cylinder engine delivering 431 Hp and 550 Nm of torque.
Aesthetics-wise, the new safety car will come wrapped in the same colors as the M6 while also sporting some nice M Performance Parts. And since this has to be an all-round modified BMW M4, a set of Recaro seats were installed, and even some Bridgestone tires.