German tuner offers widebody kit with a massive rear wing. Details are not yet available but a supercharger kit is likely also part of the package.

GTHaus may be looking to steal a little of G-Power's thunder.

This isn't a G-Power M3 GT2 S but GTHaus's own M3 creation. The German tuner hasn't released any specs on the model so details are scarce.

Presented at BimmerFest 2010, the model features 20-inch rims (11x20/13x20), a Brembo big brake kit, a KW coilover suspension, a massive rear wing and a widebody kit. The widebody panels include a front bumper with splitter, flared fenders, side skirts with triple winglets and, of course, those rear wheel arches that require their own postal code. Given GTHaus's sport exhaust credentials, one can safely assume a custom exhaust system is also part of the package.

The body kit is full-on carbon fiber and comes with a price tag of around €10,000 ($12,500).

A supercharger kit will be the thing responsible for the upgrade in wattage. How much? We will have to wait to find out.

Gallery: BMW M3 widebody by GTHaus [Video]