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Vorsteiner GTRS3 M3 - Web Exclusive

American-based BMW aerodynamics specialist manufacturer Vorsteiner GTRS3 M3 Widebody Coupe.

Apr 22, 2010

VORSTEINER ANNOUNCES GTRS3 M3 WIDEBODY

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American-based BMW aerodynamics specialist manufacturer Vorsteiner, has announced the debut of its GTRS3 M3 Widebody Coupe. Based on the E92 BMW M3, the GTRS3 represents a more adventurous development of its existing GTS body kit, giving the GTRS3 an exaggerated widebody stance.

The GTRS3's new aerodynamic package includes front bumper, front fenders, side skirts, extended rear quarter panels, and rear bumper, all manufactured in carbon fiber.

The front bumper is wider than before and features Vorsteiner's GTS carbon spoiler. This part can be replaced as a separate unit in the event it becomes damaged. The bumper's lines flow smoothly into the front fenders, which are accented by the vertical vents allowing greater airflow to cool the large monobloc Brembo brakes that will appear on the demo car.

The GTRS3 rear quarter panels house Vorsteiner's own 20" V-308 forged three-piece wheels. With their 12.5" width, they accommodate massive 325/25 ZR20 Michelin PS2 tires.

The rear bumper features dual side vents by the rear wheels, as well as a large integrated carbon diffuser with dual aero fins.

The GTRS3 M3 Widebody package comes standard with a choice of one-piece or three-Piece Vorsteiner wheels as well as Michelin PS2 Sport tires as part of the overall package.

The demonstration vehicle also features forced-induction from VF-Engineering that takes the stock E92 M3 coupe from 414hp to 600hp on 91-octane gasoline.

It is planned to produce only 100 examples of the GTRS3 Coupe package for customers worldwide, with individual serial identification plates and badges included with the car.

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