The BMW E92 M3 does not have the aggressive design traits similar to that of its predecessors. Many have said that apart from the bulge on the bonnet and a few minor flares here and there, the latest M3 is not that much different from any of the other 3-series models.
The M vehicles have a name to live up to and even though a lot of the new models do plenty in the performance department they seem to lack the dashing and usually distracting design traits that have come from the M badge in the past. Vorsteiner have a remedy, though, with their new body kit for the M3 (called the GTRS3 M3) that consists of several body modifications and aerodynamic pieces.
Up front the bumper has been replaced with a complete carbon fibre unit with a modular replacement splitter, GTRS3 carbon fibre wide-arch fenders and extended side skirts. A GTRS3 carbon fibre vented race bonnet is also available.
The backend consists of quarter-panel fender arch-extensions, a Vorsteiner chrome boot badge emblem, a wide-arch rear bumper and an integrated carbon diffuser. A stainless steel quad exhaust system is available as an optional extra. The twin 7-spoke V-308 concave forged-mesh wheels can be ordered in 18 or 20-inch sizes. Michelin Pilot Sport PS2 performance tyres are specified.
You are also assured of having a unique kit as only 100 Vorsteiner GTRS3 M3 kits are to be sold through the company’s worldwide network.