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Vorsteiner GTRS3

Vorsteiner has unveiled the GTRS3 tuning package based on the 2010 BMW M3 and, let me tell you, it’s impressive. The added components add a certain degree of "mean" that transforms this car from, "Hey, nice car, " to "Wow, that is sick". The tuner announced there will be only 100 units worldwide with a rumored price of around $25K.

The GTRS3 Aero Package provides the M3 with a complete replacement carbon fiber front bumper with modular replacement splitter, extended front fenders, extended side skirts, rear quarter panel fender arch extensions, and a wide-stance rear bumper with integrated carbon diffuser. The car sits on twin 7-spoke forged wheels. Customers can also get a stainless steel quad exhaust system, vented carbon hood, and a trademark TRS lightweight boot lid upon request. All of these features can easily be viewed in the video where the camera glides across the car showing every nook and cranny of the matte black exterior.

To be honest, I wasn’t that excited to click on the video and watch another mediocre attempt to transform a vehicle into something that is only slightly different than the original, but Vorsteiner has really impressed with this one. This package absolutely adds a certain degree of attitude that doesn’t usually exist with the standard BMW. Hats off to Vorsteiner.

You don’t have to take our word for it. Check out the video after the jump. We are pretty sure you will be impressed.

Press release

Vorsteiner is proud to announce the world debut of the GTRS3 M3 Widebody Coupe. The GTRS3 represents a breathtaking leap into the more intrepid side of our GTS model, pronounced by the GTRS3’s exaggerated wide body stance.

The GTRS3’s all-new aerodynamic package is summed up by the GTRS3 Carbon Fiber Front Bumper, GTRS3 Carbon Fiber Front Fenders, GTRS3 Carbon Fiber Side Skirts, GTRS3 Carbon Fiber Extended Rear Quarter Panels, and the GTRS3 Carbon Fiber Rear Bumper.

The GTRS3 Carbon Fiber Front Bumper features a wider, race car-like stance with our trademark GTS Carbon Fiber Front Spoiler. The GTS Carbon Fiber Spoiler may be replaced as a separate unit in the event that it is ever damaged without disrupting the front bumper. Its aggressive lines flow smoothly into the GTRS3 Carbon Fiber Front Fenders, which are accented by the vertical vents allowing for greater air flow to cool down the front large disc monobloc brakes from Brembo.

From the front fenders, the aggressive lines are maintained by the GTRS3 Carbon Fiber Side Skirts. The GTRS3 Side Skirts keep the new added width, enhancing the air flow and reducing drag. The GTRS3 Side Skirts are followed fluidly by the GTRS3 Carbon Fiber Extended Rear Quarter Panels that house the V-308 20 inch forged 3-piece wheels with its 12.5J width and massive Michelin PS2 Tires in 325/25ZR20. The GTRS3 Extended Rear Quarter Panels present an imposing race car like stance, complemented by the GTRS3 Carbon Fiber Rear Bumper.

The GTRS3 Rear Bumper features dual side vents at the rear wheel well as well as a large integrated optical carbon fiber rear diffuser with dual aero fins.

The GTRS3 M3 Widebody Aero Package comes standard with a choice of 1-piece or 3-Piece Vorsteiner wheels as well as Michelin PS2 Sport tires as part of the overall package.

The demonstration vehicle also features a forced induction power kit from VF Engineering that takes the stock E92 M3 coupe from 414bhp to 600bhp on 91 octane gasoline that has been custom software tuned by GIAC.

The custom matte green paint work and installation has been exclusively performed by C&C Collision based out of Pasadena, California. C&C Collision Inc. has also been selected as the exclusive installer for the GTRS3 kit within North America.

The GTRS3 Coupe package is our flagship product within the BMW product lineup with only 100 examples being produced worldwide with individual serial identification plates & badges which will be included with the car.

Our valued technology partners in creating the GTRS3 Coupe includes:

  • VF Engineering
  • C&C Collision
  • Brembo
  • GIAC
  • Michelin Tires
  • KW Suspension


2 comments:

I’m pretty sure that it will have a hard time dealing with traffic with that kind of body kits.

That was a wide body kits. Pretty amazing isn’t it? I bet this Mother has a lot of grip on the ground due to it’s tires.

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