2011 G-Power BMW M3 GTS

G-Power is a tuning company specializing in producing parts, as well as upgrading BMWs. M-series cars are their specialty, and for this specific project, they got hold of the E92 M3 GTS, a race-inspired car that was limited to only 150 units worldwide, and created what they call the world’s most powerful M3.

The 2011 G-Power BMW M3 GTS starts its life as an “ordinary” BMW M3 GTS, a car designed to take on the Porsche 911 GT3 RS. By equipping this car with a supercharger, together with reinforced con rods, crankshaft, and engine block, the output of the M3’s V8 is increased dramatically: 635 horsepower to be exact. This represents a nearly 200 horsepower increase in power. This provides some serious performance numbers: zero to 100 kph comes in 4.2 seconds, and zero to 200 kph is clocked at 11.9 seconds. Top speed achieved by this car is around 200 miles per hour.

With these upgrades, the potential for the G-Power BMW M3 GTS is sky-high. It is capable of creating some seriously quick lap times. The upgrades, developed under the pressure of competing in events such as the Nurburgring 24 Hour race, just fit seamlessly, ensuring both smoothness and durability. The G-Power BMW M3 GTS, the world’s fastest M3, is ready to take on Porsches and the rest of the world.

Vehicle Type: Coupe Special Base Price: $33,200.00
Miles Per Gallon: NA city / NA hwy Curb Weight: 3020 lbs (4536 kg)
Engine: 4.4-liter V8 Horsepower: 635 hp
Max RPM: 7800 rpm Torque: 464 lb-ft @ 3900 rpm
Displacement: 4400 cc Aspiration: Supercharged
0-60 mph: 4.2 seconds Maximum Speed: 200 mph (321 kmh)