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BMW Unveils M4 GT3 EVO at Nürburgring: Enhanced Performance for 2025 Season

Nürburgring, Germany – BMW M Motorsport has taken the wraps off the new BMW M4 GT3 EVO, the latest iteration of their flagship GT racing model. Presented on Wednesday evening at the M Showroom on the ring°boulevard, just ahead of the prestigious 24 Hours of Nürburgring, this upgraded version is set to compete starting in the 2025 racing season.

Engineering Excellence: Listening to Drivers and Teams

BMW M Motorsport engineers have focused on feedback from teams and drivers to enhance the BMW M4 GT3. Prioritizing drivability, efficiency, and reliability over sheer performance, the EVO model has undergone extensive testing, particularly by BMW M works drivers Jens Klingmann (Germany), Bruno Spengler (Canada), and Augusto Farfus (Brazil). The result is a car that is more finely tuned for the demands of competitive racing. Priced at 578,000 euros net, the BMW M4 GT3 EVO reflects significant advancements.

Evolutionary Upgrades: Aerodynamics and Efficiency

Externally, the EVO model features noticeable chassis changes, including a lighter cathodic dip coating instead of traditional paint. The vehicle sports smaller aero mirrors, larger air outlets on the front wheel arches, and an optimized rear wing for improved aerodynamic efficiency. Mechanical upgrades include new anti-roll bars on both axles, larger rear brake discs, and a more adjustable differential, all contributing to reduced tire and brake wear. Additionally, the car boasts new LCI design headlights.

Bold New Design: The “Inception” Aesthetic

The BMW M4 GT3 EVO’s design integrates themes of digitality and dimensionality through a high-contrast mosaic pattern, featuring the iconic M colors in a three-dimensional format. An asymmetrical layout includes a non-reflective matte black section in front of the driver to enhance focus. The design also allows the carbon fiber construction to be visible, reducing weight.

Comments from BMW M Motorsport Leaders and Drivers

Andreas Roos, Head of BMW M Motorsport, highlighted the M4 GT3’s success, recalling victories such as the DTM titles in 2022 and the 24h Spa-Francorchamps win in 2023. Roos expressed confidence in the EVO model’s future contributions to GT racing.

Björn Lellmann, Head of Customer Racing at BMW M Motorsport, emphasized the importance of customer feedback in developing the EVO cars. The goal is to create a vehicle that allows drivers to consistently perform at their best with minimal risk.

Jens Klingmann, BMW M works driver, appreciated the opportunity to contribute to the car’s development. He noted that the many small improvements have significantly enhanced the car’s performance, particularly in tire and brake management over long runs.

Track Record of Success: Previous Achievements

The BMW M4 GT3 has a storied history of success, including:

  • DTM Drivers and Team title 2022
  • IMSA GTD Sprint Cup title 2022
  • Overall victory at the 24h Spa-Francorchamps 2023
  • IMSA GTD Overall and Sprint Cup titles 2023
  • NLS Speed Trophy title 2023
  • Asian Le Mans Series GT title 2023
  • Overall victory at the 24h Dubai 2023
  • Overall victory at the Indianapolis 8 Hour 2023
  • Overall victory at the Kyalami 9 Hour 2023
  • 2nd place at the 24h Nürburgring 2023
  • 2nd place Overall GT World Challenge Europe 2023
  • Drivers title in British GT Championship 2023
  • Drivers title in Italian GT Sprint Cup 2023
  • FIA WEC LMGT3 victory in Imola 2024
  • Four victories in five season races of the GT World Challenge Europe 2024

With the introduction of the BMW M4 GT3 EVO, BMW M Motorsport continues to push the boundaries of GT racing, promising even more impressive performances in the coming seasons.



Length5,020mm (incl. splitter and rear wing)
Height1,310mm (variable)
Wheel size12,5 x 18 inch front; 13 x 18 inch rear 

Engine P58 3,0l straight six M TwinPower Turbo
Outputup to 590 hp
Transmission X-Trac 6-speed gearbox
Brakes390mm disc & 6-piston calipers front; 380mm disc & 4-piston calipers rear
Clutch Electro-hydraulic
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