The BMW M3 GTR was introduced in late 2001 and built at BMW M from January 2002. The use of carbon fiber body parts and the total abandonment of comfortable features give the two-seater BMW M3 GTR Coupe has an empty weight of only around 1,350 kilograms. The racing version of the sports car rushed into the American Le Mans Series (ALMS), then from victory to victory. The 4.0-liter V8 engine of the BMW M3 GTR corresponds to the Broad over 450 hp racing version. Despite the modified exhaust and noise regulations still makes this engine in the civilized output more than 350 hp. The BMW M3 GTR road version should remain as close as technically possible to the race. In addition to the extremely light V8 engine with dry sump lubrication, a six-speed gearbox and a dual disc sports clutch and the variable M differential lock. The BMW M3 GTR coupe is extremely low and has a very sporty suspension tuning, which rolls on 19-inch alloy wheels. Looking for a sports car? Whether roadster, coupe or convertible in this web site, you can have your dream car at a low price online.

Technical details

2008 4 Gasoline 420 HP Sedan
Series since 2008
Types Cabrio, Coupe
Engine capacity 3999 cm³
Performance 420 HP (309 kW)
Top speed 250 km/h
Acceleration (0-100 km/h) 4,6 sec
Gearbox 7-speed automatic
Drive rear
Number of doors 2
Number of seats 4
Body type Sedan
CO2 emissions 263 g/km
Environmental zone 4
Emission Class Euro 4,Euro 5
Fuel Gasoline
Consumption according to the manufacturer 15,9 l/100km (city) 8,5 l/100km (highway) 11,2 l/100km (total)
Actual consumption --
Length 4,62 m
Width 1,8 m
Height 1,39 m
Boot volume 440 l
Empty weight 1600 kg
Payload 480 kg
Price 1629
Insurance class 19 HF / 30 TK / 32 VK

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