Vorsteiner GTRS5 commemorates the retiring of the Bmw E92 M3

Article by Christian Andrei, on June 19, 2012

The Bmw M3 is the kind of car that you want to customize and Vorsteiner knows it very well! After the Vorsteiner M3 Coupe, Candy Cane, GTS3 and the M3 Sedan, the American tuning company decided to commemorate the retiring of the E92 M3. Dubbed GTRS5, the new tuning program gives the M3 an aggressive look but also functionality and performance.

The kit consists of a new front bumper with additional vertical vents to allow for improved airflow, new side sills, enlarged front and rear fenders, a brand new carbon fiber front hood with new air inlets to let the engine breathe, a carbon fiber boot lid as well as a new rear bumper with an extreme air diffuser.

The design is completed by the Vorsteiner VS-310 3-Piece concave forged aluminum wheels wrapped in Nitto Invo high performance tires. No words about the engine, which means that we will find the standard 4.0-liter V8 engine delivering 414 hp and capable to push the standard version from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in just 4.6 seconds.

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