Vorsteiner Tuning isn’t exactly the sort of company that’s shy about showing off their products even if they’re based on some discrete cars.
The BMW M3 used to be a car you could lose in the parking lot but once the American tuner has had a go at it that’s no longer the case.
Stickers, obvious wheels and racing stripes are now at home on the BMW M3 and while they do fit together pretty nicely, it’s not a clean and pleasant presence.
Happily though, they did spend some time working with the performance levels of the sports sedan so you can actually escape the shame quite quickly.
The performance mods come in two flavors for the Vorsteiner GTS-V package; there’s those we know about and those that are kind of shady.
Those that are kind of shady are found under the bonnet. Vorsteiner promises the 4.0 liter V8 a Macht Schnell Stage 2 Intake Charge Kit but we don’t know exactly what difference it makes.
Most of those we know about are aimed at the chassis and handling of the BMW M3. No disrespect intended but we always thought the E92 was rather brilliant at this in standard form.
Regardless of our opinions, Vorsteiner offers a KW Adjustable Spring Sleeve Kit suspension setup, 18 inch Volk Racing TE37 wheels, Hankook RS-3 tires and Brembo brakes.
Individually, all of these accessories are pretty impressive so mixing them with a BMW M3 might be quite impressive.
Pricing wasn’t really mentioned but since the changes aren’t really that dramatic we don’t expect it to be anything very surprising.