The BMW M3 GTS coupe has been given the G-Power treatment. The tuner has become somewhat prolific at upping the game of BMW’s M Cars in recent years, most notably its record breaking M5s, the Hurricane RR boasting a mighty 888bhp and the world’s fastest four-door title with a 231mph top speed. The Geed up M3 GTS is unlikely to create as many headlines, but is pretty exciting nonetheless – the standard car’s 444bhp 4.4-litre V8 engine gains G-Power’s ‘SK II CS Sporty Drive’ supercharger, which pushes power over the 600bhp mark, though no firm figure has yet been revealed. Expect upgrades to the brakes and chassis setup, too, though again there are no definite details yet. G-Power expects its M3 GTS to give the Porsche 911 GT3 RS a jolly good run for its money, so a number of tweaks are likely. Click here to read our BMW M3 GTS review Learn about G-Power’s 231mph BMW M5 Download a free M3 GTS v 911 GT3 RS wallpaper!
G-Power's 600bhp BMW M3 GTS
German tuner G-Power supercharges the 4.4-litre V8 BMW M3 GTS coupe, 600bhp+ is the result
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