Today, 07:23 PM
Sterling BMW is located in Newport Beach, California. There certainly are a lot of posers in Orange County but there likely is not anybody dumb enough to pay an extra $60k on top of the already absurd BMW M4 GTS MSRP.
Who in the world would be stupid enough to pay over sticker for a track car that is a performance failure? Let's quickly recap what the M4 GTS offers. A minimal performance increase over the standard M4 thanks to suspension upgrades, aerodynamic changes, a new tune, and water injection.
You can literally get coilovers, an even stronger aftermarket tune, and add in your own water/meth system on a standard F82 M4 and outperform the M4 GTS while saving $60,000.
The M4 GTS can not beat a single performance car in its price range around the track and several that are much cheaper embarrassingly spank it. BMW did not shave the weight they claimed they would and the car does not meet any of the performance targets they claimed either. The car amounts to nothing more than hype.
The M4 GTS is already overpriced at $134,200 let alone with a $60k market adjustment. They adjusted the price in the wrong direction. Good luck finding that sucker Sterling.