The Vorsteiner BMW GTRS4 Widebody raised quite an interest in the BMW community when it was released in 2015. It was one of the most thought of and classy example of a widebody conversion for the first M4 Coupe.
The BMW M4 with the Vorsteiner GTRS4 Widebody kit looks clean, stylish and provides a great solution for owners looking to enhance the sportiness of their car.
In standard form, the BMW M4 is powered by a 3.0 Liter BMW TwinPower Turbo engine. It delivers 425 horsepower, allowing the vehicle to sprint from 0-62mph (0-100km/h) in just 4.1 seconds. The top speed is limited to 155mph (250km/h).
On another note, this GTRS4-VX features a complete Magnaflow exhaust system which increases power, torque and allows for better performance numbers.
The GTRS4-VX sports all the parts of the original widebody program – albeit with a more performance, track oriented outlook. This build was completed by Boden Autohaus. The difference of the VX and the normal GTRS4 aero program is in the canards on the front bumper, the fender vents, and the aluminum upright wing.
The original GTRS4 Widebody consists of a carbon fiber front bumper with an integrated aero splitter, a set of wide front fenders, a set of carbon fiber side blade elements, carbon fiber rear fenders and a carbon fiber aero diffuser.
The GTRS4 is a full lightweight carbon composite conversion designed, tested and developed in-house by the Orange County-based Vorsteiner. The front fenders have a total span of 4 inches while the rear quarter panels sit 7 inches wider than its original form.
You will also find a set of Rotiform wheels installed paired up with Pirelli P-Zero track tires. Check out the full media gallery right below.