BIMMERPOST sponsor Alekshop has started an interesting E92 M3 build, building a US spec M3 GTS based on the BMW M3 Lime Rock Edition, which shares the same Fire Orange color with the M3 GTS. Per Alekshop:
The day BMW announced a release of the special model M3 GTS, we knew that this is the car we have to have!
After reading multiple press releases, looking at million pictures, translating technical info from German to English we gathered enough information to come up with a plan … CONTINUED
Fifth Gear’s Tiff Needell and Vicki Butler-Henderson pit the E92 M3 GTS against the Porsche GT3 RS on the track. On paper, the GT3 RS should trump, but will the real world driving experience bear the same results? Video inside.
CAR Magazine undertakes an examination of which BMW M3, all editions considered, is the greatest ever. The shortlist considered includes the E92 M3 GTS, E46 M3 CSL, or E30 M3 Sport Evo, each representing the highest performing and most focused editions of their generation. See verdict inside.
The first customer M3 GTS was delivered to its owner, Marcus, at the performance days at Nürburgring this weekend. Marcus has already started testing and adjusting the setup to meet his track specs but says the car is great and is destined to become better!
Here is a great new video of the M3 GTS running on the track at Ascari, Spain. Turn up those speakers for some pure aural delight! Also reviews and insight from Rolf Schneibner, product manager of the M3 GTS about whats so special about this hopped up M3.
Enamored with the new BMW M3 GTS? You’re in luck as BMW has now released the technical specifications and training manual (German only unfortunately) of the BMW M3 GTS for you to pour over.
The all clear has been given for the launch of the BMW M3 GTS to market. The E92 M3 GTS represents the most powerful and track dedicated version of the M3 coupe, featuring a 450bhp engine and fully revised suspension, chassis, aerodynamics, and interior, all towards the best track experience possible.
Larry Koch, M Brand Manager of BMWNA, finally shares the reasons why the M3 GTS will not be available in North America (namely, high cost of preparing the GTS to be US-compliant). Also discussed is the just announced M3 competition package (which will be coming to NA).