Edo Competition is a tuner specialized in updating Ferrari and Lamborghini models, but it looks like this time it made an exception as it came up with a pretty wild body kit for the BMW M3 Coupe. Should we be surprised that the kit comes shortly after BMW announced the M3 Coupe will go out of production?

Called GTRS5, the new kit is focused on updating the look of the M3 and transforming it into a sporty, aggressive beast. The kit is entirely made in carbon fiber and includes a new front spoiler, new front splitter and front wings, new side skirts and a new rear wing. As an option customers can also get a carbon bonnet and boot lid.

If you really like the M3 GTRS5 and you want to order it, you better hurry up as only 40 units will be made.

Click past the jump to read more about the BMW M3 by Edo Competition.

  • 2008 - 2013 BMW M3 by Edo Competition
  • Year:
    2008- 2013
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  • Engine:
  • Horsepower @ RPM:
    414 @ 8300
  • Torque @ RPM:
    295 @ 3900
  • Displacement:
    4.0 L
  • 0-60 time:
    4.5 sec.
  • Top Speed:
    155 mph
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BMW M3 by Edo Competition in Detail

2008 - 2013 BMW M3 by Edo Competition Exterior
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Edo Competition did no updates under the hood, but it worked on making the V-8 engine to sound more aggressive. To obtain this throaty sound, it installed a new exhaust system with four end pipes made in carbon fiber and hidden into a special carbon rear diffuser with enlarged fins.

The M3 GTRS5 sits on a set of 20-inch VS-320 Vörsteiner aluminum rims painted in black. The tuner also installed a Brembo sports braking system with 380 mm (14.96) discs and red-painted, six-piston calipers on the front axle.

Keeping the M3 glued to the track is a variant 3 coilover suspension.

Press Release

For over 15 years the company edo competition has been the first choice when it comes to the processing of exclusive luxury cars and powerful super sports cars. Optimisation, which underlines the sporty character of the vehicle, as well as measures for performance enhancement and refinement of the interior accessories are placed in the foreground.

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With the individualisation of a vehicle, quality and perfection are the central focus for the edo competition. The exclusive selection of edo competition was broadened last year with the products of the American producer, Vörsteiner. Vörsteiner products testify to high quality, exceptional precision and accuracy of fit and they unite innovation with pure elegance.

edo competition also pursues these demands in the case of the GTRS5 Wide Body Kit for the current BMW M3., now built for the first time in Germany.

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Finishing to the highest technical level, this is the quality demand of Vörsteiner, who created the GTRS5 Wide Body Kit. The Kit consists mainly of the ultra light and high-strength material, carbon. Whether the front spoiler, front splitter, the front wings, the side skirts or the attachment parts for the rear wings– all components are finished in lightweight construction. Optionally, a carbon bonnet and boot lid can be chosen. Thus the M3 is given a very sporty, almost aggressive look.

The exhaust system is particularly striking with four tail pipes made of carbon, framed in a special carbon rear diffuser with enlarged fins, which deliver an acoustically stunning sound. Behind the black 3-part 20 inch VS-320 Vörsteiner aluminium rims, red callipers shimmer brightly - a Brembo 6-piston sports braking system with 380 discs on the front axle and a variant 3 coilover suspension. With this, edo competition rounds off the complete package perfectly.

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The result is remarkable and is absolutely worth seeing, as impressive proof of the high-end manufacture. However, not many will be able to enjoy a GTRS5 complete remodeling, as the wide body kit is strictly limited to 40 units worldwide.

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