We are all so excited to discover the production version of the BMW M4 next Thursday but in the meantime tuning companies like G-power keep improving their tuning packages for the previous generation until the very last minute. Today we've picked for you G-power's BMW M3 GT2-R, a proper race car fro the road.

Engine tweaks include an increased displacement and new ASA T1-724 Centrifugal supercharger (10.15 PSI), a remapped ECU and Titanium exhausts which means that now we have a 4.6-Liter V8 producing 720 Hp and 700 Nm of torque. To handle the extra power, the engine received new Forged MAHLE pistons, new connecting rods, a new crankshaft and an upgraded cooling system.

The result is a car that can sprint from 0 to 100 Km/h (62 mph) in 3.7 seconds, from 0 to 200 Km/h (124 mph) in 9.5 seconds with a top speed of 330 Km/h (205 mph).

To improve the handling, the M3 GT2-R rides on 20-inch G-Power Silverstone RS forged wheels wrapped in Michelin Pilot Cup tires measuring 245/30 front and 315/25 rear. Finally G-Power's Clubsport coilovers were added with ceramic brakes all around: six-piston calipers with 396mm rotors front and 380 four-piston calipers with 380mm rotors rear.

From the exterior, the car received new front and rear bumpers, a new front splitter, extended front and rear fenders, a vented front hood and a mult- piece rear spoiler, all made from carbon fiber. In the interior is decorated with G-Power's leather/alcantara trim package, carbon bucket seats, FIA-spec roll cage everything is there to make the perfect weekend racer.

Pricing is as follows: The entire upgrade package is starts from € 41,650 Euros but if you'd like to buy the whole thing, the costs € 195,310 Euros. If you're interested in G-Power's engine upgrade alone, it costs € 41,650 Euros, the carbon fiber body kit costs € 30,000, the hood alone costs € 3,600 Euros, the forged wheels and tires cost € 12,000 Euros, the front brakes € 14,460.50 Euros while the rear brakes are priced at € 11,778 Euros.

More pictures in the gallery below.

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