BMW M3 GTS sold out!

BMW’s Motorsport division has announced that every single M3 GTS has found a home, even if they were priced at €115.000. Deliveries will begin in May. However, BMW did not revealed how many units were produced.

BMW’s M division CEO, Kay Segler, said in a recent interview that he was surprised by the public’s reaction to the GTS. He and his team developed the lighter version M3 as a track day car that can be driven on public roads. However, demand exceeded their expectations.

Thanks to extensive use of carbon fiber, the M3 GTS weights only 1,490 kilograms (190 kilograms less than a standard M3). And with 450 ponies under the hood, the GTS is faster than any M3 out there.

Source: Telegraaf

6 comments:

I agree that the M package really is the selling point of the car. The impressive styling and engine performance of the car. I bet everyone want to put their hands behind its steering wheel.

As expected from the M package. With the awesome production version of this car and impressive power output no wonder why its already sold out!

This car is quite an impressive production with its great package up to its speed performance. No wonder why BMW once again makes a production for this model and they even make an awesome modification for the car.

Oh no! The interval from its debut until it was sold out is quite near. It seems that everyone wants to experience the awesomeness of this vehicle. I wonder if we can still see an aftermarket version for this vehicle.

i can’t wait for the additional modification for the M3. Anyways, $170k price?
I’d rather choose a Boxster or M5 or GT3 for less money and better warranty.

just listen to that engine + exhaust! i truly understand how it can stir the heart and make the pulse beat faster when i heard a close rival one day at the Kerinchi toll – 335!!! the driver slammed the throttle and the sound sent shivers down my spine, such ecstasy. for sure it will tease the sports driver to have their hand on this.

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