The German aftermarket specialists at Vorsteiner have released a new tuning package for the BMW M3, named the GTRS5.
According to the tuner, the Vorsteiner GTRS5 is celebrating the retirement of the BMW M3 E92 and the model has been fitted with a carbon fiber wide body kit with redesigned bumpers, new side skirts and extended wheel arches, added to the forged aluminum wheels wrapped in Nitto Invo performance tires and embroidered floor mats. Future customers of the upgrade package can also order a carbon fiber hood and boot lid and a titanium exhaust system. Vorsteiner says that the GTRS5 package is already available and production will be limited to just 40 units.
The German tuner didn’t say anything about the price of the Vorsteiner GTRS5 for the moment and we don’t even know if the engine is getting any upgrades, but thanks to the titanium exhaust system, a few horsepower could be added to the stable. As a quick reminder, the BMW M3 Coupe is based on the 3-Series E92 and the model is powered by a 4.0 liter V8 engine. The 2011 BMW M3 Coupe is 4,618 mm long, 1,821 mm wide and 1,412 mm tall, with a wheelbase of 2,761 mm. The replacement of the powerful M3 is expected to hit the market probably in late 2013.