German tuner will fit its own supercharger system to the BMW M3 GTS racer. The first of 3 units has arrived for the tuner to work on. More details are sure to follow.
G-Power has received its first M3 GTS for it to tune to its oil-pumping heart's desire.
The German tuner had to wait a while before it could get its hand on a BMW M3 GTS. After all, only 220 units of the M3 GTS have been produced since the model was announced in late 2009.
Now the first of 3 units has arrived and G-Power is promising to bring total output to more than 600 PS (441 kW) by means of a modified version of its G-Power SK II CS supercharger system.
The standard BMW M3 GTS features a 4.4 liter V8 with 450 PS (331 kW / 444 bhp) - dialed up only a marginal 30 PS (22 kW / 29.5 bhp) over the standard M3. It comes with the 7-speed M dual clutch transmission (M-DCT) and is outfitted for racing with carbon fiber aerodynamic parts, lightweight body panels, a titanium exhaust, race suspension, roll cage, racing bucket seats and a six-point harness.
And G-Power just can't wait to get its M3 GTS out there on the club racing circuit to go up against the Porsche 911 GT3 RS.
More details are sure to follow.