BMW tuning world has and always will be an exciting place for anyone looking to take the looks or power of our bimmers, a step further. Last one to join this effort with an exciting body kit is the tuner-shop GTHaus.
Their latest project follows another exciting one from G-Power and their M3 GT2 S racing car. Dubbed BMW M3 Widebody, the car was introduced at the recent BimmerFest 2010. Details are still being gathered, but so far we know the GTHaus M3 features 20-inch rims (11×20/13×20), a Brembo big brake kit, a KW coilover suspension, a massive rear wing and a widebody kit. The widebody panels include a front bumper with splitter, flared fenders, side skirts with triple winglets and wide rear wheel arches.
No information on whether the engine or exhaust system went through changes as well, but so far we know that the body kit is full-on carbon fiber and comes with a price tag of around €10,000 ($12,500).