BMW M4 DTM Champion Edition 48/200, 2017


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{{ $t('Seller') }} BjornSyxClassics
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{{ $t('City') }} Poperinge
{{ $t('Country') }} Belgium
{{ $t('Make') }} BMW
{{ $t('Model') }} M4 DTM Champion Edition 48/200
{{ $t('Year') }} 2017
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{{ $t('VIN') }} WBS4S9107HK577048

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The M4 DTM Champion Edition is more than an M4 some stickers. Under the skin, the car is identical to the also limited M4 GTS. That means that this M4 delivers 500 hp instead of the standard 431 hp. The torque increased from 550 Nm to 600 Nm. This is also reflected in the performance. The DTM Champion Edition hits 100 km/h in 3.8 seconds and the top is 305 km/h.


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The 2016 DTM Champion Edition was created to celebrate – you guessed it – a DTM victory. Marco Wittmann gave BMW the victory that year at the Hockenheimring. That had to be celebrated with a limited M4.

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In terms of appearance, the DTM Champion Edition can be recognized by the striping. Aerodynamic upgrades come in the form of a spoiler, a splitter, a diffuser and canards on the front bumper. All these parts are made of carbon, except for the diffuser. It is made of CPFR (carbon fiber reinforced plastic), just like the roof and hood. We know the rims from the M4 Competition, but in this case they are black. That was not an option at a Competition.


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The interior has also been given a makeover to match the DTM theme. The M4 is therefore equipped with carbon bucket seats and the rear seat has been replaced by a roll cage. There is even a fire extinguisher available to complete the racing feeling.


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500HP 600NM 3.8 seconds to 100 km/h and the top is 305 km/h.


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All documents, keys, accessories are present.

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