BMW has taken the wraps off its new M4 GTS, packing a twin-turbo 3.0-liter straight-six that generates 493 horsepower and 442 pound-feet of torque. In addition to the brawn, the vehicle features enhanced technology in the form of two industry firsts: OLED (organic LED) taillights and a water-injection system designed to sharply increase power. The unique water-injection system cools down the intake temperature, allowing for an even higher boost pressure, ultimately resulting in increased efficiency and high-end power. Additionally, the ample use of aluminum and carbon fiber throughout the M4’s construction means that curb weight is listed at 3,329 pounds, versus the 3,530-pound stock M4. There’s also a three-way, manually adjustable coil-over suspension, standard ceramic brakes and the car’s anti-roll bars and supporting mounts have been adjusted. It all rides on 265/35R-19 tires up front and 285/35R-20 in the rear. 700 units will be made, and just 300 are earmarked for the U.S.