The German specialists from CLP Automotive managed to transform the standard BMW M3 Coupe into a M3 GT model and race it at the 24 hours of Nurburgring competition. The tuning package prepared by the specialists is called Interceptor and brings both styling and performance upgrades. Under the bonnet, the German model received a G-Power compressor along a new Akrapovic titanium exhaust system.
With such improvements, the M3 Coupe’s power increased from 420 to 600 horsepower, quite enough for the German competition. The model actually managed to place second at the end of the race, a considerable achievement indeed.
The exterior features a wide body kit including a new bonnet with air vents, a fixed rear wing, new front and rear bumpers and extended wheel arches. The appearance is completed by a new set of 19-inch alloy wheels and special racing design. Inside, the tuners added new Recaro bucket seats, a roll cage for increased safety but also got rid of the rear seats.
Other mechanical upgrades include a new Bilstein sport suspension while pricing for the tuning package starts from €69,000.