BMW's M3 GTS track machine has been officially approved for sale, in Europe. The M3 GTS has 6 more horsepower than a stock M3, but is 154 lbs lighter than the standard car, and comes loaded with important track bits like one-piece bucket seats, harnesses, a roll cage and a fire extinguisher system. The only gearbox available is the 7-speed dual clutch transmission. Outside, a big wing, different alloys and some exclusive aero bits set the GTS apart.
BMW claims a new 0-62 mph time of 4.4 seconds and a top speed of 190-mph.
As for the price, its €136.850 (or roughly $172,000). Not that it matters though, as BMW has no plans to offer the M3 GTS in the U.S.
Hit the link below to see the M3 GTS track video and read more about one of the baddest BMW's you'll never get to drive.
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