BMW has announced their latest competitive racing vehicle, the BMW M6 GT3, which takes the standard M6 Coupe and brings it to the racetrack.
This performance car was unveiled at the 2015 Frankfurt Auto Show, and it clearly takes design cues from the 3.0 CSL. It hosts a driver seat that is placed directly in the center of the vehicle. It sports M TwinPower Turbo Technology for quality engine control. It uses a production-based body shell and engine that is extensively modified for racing. We don’t know any of the technical specs just yet, but BMW claims that it will have an increase in power over the Z4 GT3, and it will handle better than the standard M6. The price is set highly with a starting point of $336,270, and it will be available next year.
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