Only 300 M4 GTS examples were made for the US.
The BMW M4 GTS is a hardcore, track-ready version of the first-generation M4. It was launched back in 2006 with more power and less weight than the base M4. However, we have questioned whether the GTS was worth almost double the price over the M3/M4 Competition. Still, with only 300 examples of the M4 GTS making it stateside, it's become quite a collectors' item. Now, one of the most well-preserved examples of this high-performance coupe has been put up for sale on Bring A Trailer. Perhaps the most amazing thing about this particular model is that it has a mere 61 miles on the clock, so it has barely been driven at all.
It's finished in Mineral Gray metallic and, like all M4 GTS models, is clearly distinguished from the standard M4 by that enormous rear wing and 20-inch wheels with copper accents. It also comes with carbon-ceramic brakes, an adjustable suspension, and an active locking rear differential. The nozzle water injection system helped the GTS produce 493 horsepower from its 3.0-liter turbo inline-six, shaving a massive 24 seconds off the normal M4's Nurburgring lap time. In the pictures, the leather and ultrasuede cabin appears untouched - even the airbag warning label hasn't been removed.
The roll bar in place of the rear seats is one of several reminders of how seriously BMW took the M4 GTS, which ended up being around 60 pounds lighter than the regular M4. As expected, the March 2020 Carfax report confirms that this M4 GTS has no accident history or any other damage. It also comes with a clean Ohio title in the name of the seller. At a current bid of $73,000, this M4 GTS is a great find for BMW fans and that price is reasonable considering that this coupe sold for over $130,000 when new. In case you're still wondering why you should get an M4 GTS, this video might just be all the convincing you need to get your hands on one of the most hardcore BMWs ever conceived. However, the auction ends in just a few hours, so you better act fast.