BMW has unveiled the 2014 MotoGP Safety Car based on the all-new M4 Coupe. The last season's MotoGP safety car was an M6 Gran Coupe, but now all eyes are on the M4.

The exterior boasts the tradiotional ///M livery and the typical lettering as well as a light bar. By the way, it look a lot like a real cop car. With the BMW M4 MotoGP Safety Car, the German manufacturer is showcasing some of the performance parts available for the sports coupe like front skirt attachments, a rear spoiler as well as a new diffuser. All parts are made exclusively from carbon fiber for maximum lightness and strength.

As a reminder, the engine is a a 3.0 liter TwinPower Turbo Inline six-cylinder – 431HP (317 kW) at 5,500RPM and 550Nm (406 lb-ft) at 1,850RPM. The engine is mated to a 6-speed manual gearbox as standard. 0-100 km/h in 4.3 seconds and a top speed of 250 km/h (155 mph) or an optional 280 km/h (174 mph). The acceleration is even better, when fitted with the optional 7-speed ///M DCT – 4.1 seconds to 100 km/h. The new M3 and M4 are able to cover 100 km with just 8.8 liters of fuel in the combined cycle with the manual transmission and 8.3 liter with the double clutch transmission.

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Source: BMW