The M6 GT3 is being designed by a small team of engineers in Munich to replace the Z4 GT3. The sketches hint the GT3 stands out from a stock M6 thanks to a deep front bumper with a carbon fiber splitter, large air vents in the hood, side exhausts, a huge wing mounted on the trunk lid and a sizable air diffuser integrated into the rear bumper.
Multi-spoke center-locking wheels and a paint job that prominently displays the colors of BMW’s M division round out the exterior updates.
The BMW M6 GT3 will go on sale at the end of next year, meaning buyers will be able to compete in the 2016 edition of the BMW Sports Trophy. Pricing information will be published in the weeks leading up to the racer’s on-sale date.