BMW Provides Thrills with Computer Generated Racetrack



While the military restricts access to their equipment such as aircraft carriers, the BMW has found a way to bypass this. Recently, the Bavarian automaker digitally altered the 1,040-foot deck of the USS John C. Stennis and converted into an extremely unique racetrack. BMW then placed an Austin Yellow 2015 M4 upon the track to show off the coupe's impressive performance and handling. To see what we're talking about, take a look at the video below.



While this racetrack is merely an illusion, it is certainly entertaining to watch as the M4 smoothly rounds curves with just inches to spare.


While you won't be touching wheels to an aircraft carrier, you can experience all of the style and performance of a new BMW with a visit to Rick Hendrick BMW Charleston. We are conveniently located at 1518 Savannah Hwy in Charleston, SC and would be happy to arrange for a test drive of any model on our lot that grabs your attention.

 
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