Stateside the M4 GTS will vie for attention among a growing list of track-focused factory cars like the Porsche Cayman GT4, Camaro Z28, Mustang GT350R, and of course the Corvette Z06 and 911 GT3.
Pricing is unknown at this time. Let's hope they make quite a few more than the old M3 GTS, which was about twice the cost of the base E92 M3, and keep it south of 991 GT3 territory.
Power is rumored to be up over the standard F8X M3/M4. Tires will most likely be the Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2.
The F8X M3/M4 is already the most track-ready ///M car ever to hit the States. We look forward to seeing what the M4 GTS has in store. It's certainly looking promising in this latest 'ring video.