G-Power isn't the only tuner around offering a widebody racing look for the BMW M3 Coupe (see that one here). Illinois-based tuning house has jumped on the badwagon releasing details of its latest street-legal M3 project fitted with a new carbon fiber bodykit.
Evidently inspired by the Bavarian firm's M3 GT2 racer that recently won the 24h of Nurburgring and will compete (albeit in Art Car form) at the 24h of Le Mans, the conversion includes massively wide rear fenders, a unique front bumper with splitters, chunky side skirts, new rear bumper with air vents, vented hood and a jet plane-sized rear wing. The cost of the wide bodykit is said to be around $12,500.
Along with the aero parts, the M3 also features beefy 20-inch alloy wheels, Brembo brakes and a new exhaust system producing a race-like soundtrack. There are no engine mods for the time being, but a supercharger kit is said to be in the works.