The DTM (Deutsche Touringcar Masters) is the most competitive Touring Car Championship in the world. Due to the quality of the manufacturers involved in the championship, as well as that of the drivers – including several former F1 glories – the DTM series has become the benchmark in its competition sector since the beginning of the millennium. Its technical and human links with single-seater racing and F1 work both ways with frequent transfers of technique, engineers and drivers.
In DTM, the perfect tool is the BMW M4. The most extreme version of the M4 is also the most powerful BMW never developed by the German manufacturer for this championship. Powered by a 600 horsepower, it can reach a 300km/h top speed and switch from 0 to 100km/h in only 2.9sec.
> BMW P48
> 4 cylinders 2.0l Turbo
> Paddle shift from steering wheel
> BMW carbon-fiber monocoque with rollover structure
> 1080 kg driver on-board
> Brakes : Carbon AP
> Aerodynamics: 1,5 ton max load – DRS
> Slick + Wet