Vorsteiner Relaeses The BMW M4 GTS-V Rear Wing

The BMW M4 GTS is the ultimate, street-legal version of the much famed M4 high-performance coupe. The vehicle is powered by a 3.0 Liter BMW TwinPower Turbo engine, which delivers a whopping 493 horsepower and 443 lb-ft of peak torque. The power is harnessed through a 7-speed M Double Clutch Transmission with Drivelogic that allows the M4 GTS to roar from 0 to 60 mph in 3.6 seconds. In a nutshell, the BMW M4 GTS is a race-bred car that utilizes the best from BMW’s engineering and design departments.

The M4 GTS – in its stock form – comes with a massive rear wing which provides great downforce on the track. However, the aftermarket industry is always looking to up it up a notch. This is exactly what happened when Vorsteiner decided to utilize their experience to create a more subtle, albeit gorgeous looking wing for this vehicle.

This Vorsteiner GTS-V rear wing comes with VRS GTS aluminum uprights, a rather unique and supercritical design (something taken from the aviation industry). The wing is made from pre-preg carbon fiber. In turn, this allows the wing to be lightweight, but also rigid. The wing is easily installed in the same OEM wing holes, allowing for a worry-free installation process. Furthermore, this particular M4 GTS features a complete Vorsteiner VRS aero package and their V-FF 106 FlowForged wheels.

The BMW M4 GTS is a highly usable vehicle both on and off the track, giving the owners plenty of excitement. But, would you change anything on this vehicle? Probably not. On the other hand, you gotta hand it to Vorsteiner, their iteration of the M4 GTS does look rather fetching. Take a look at the full media gallery of the Vorsteiner BMW M4 GTS right below.

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