Looking back to 2005, the E92 M3 was always at the core of Vorsteiner’s product line. Fast forward 18 years and we have progressed three generations of M3/M4 to the current G8X generation. The G8X M3 & M4 launched with a very distinct change of direction in terms of styling, where opinions were very much polarized, so we’ve gone back to our roots.
Therefore, the much anticipated third generation Vorsteiner GTS-V carbon fiber product line has now been officially launched for the BMW M3 & M4 platforms.
The M3/M4 GTS-V series represents the latest in high performance, design and manufacturing by focusing on maximizing the cooling performance, improving airflow dynamics all the while minimizing weight.
The most dramatic addition is the replacement of the front fascia with a completely re-designed twin kidney grill and replacement bumper cover that has developed to increase airflow to the radiators while increasing front end downforce.
Perfection Redefined. Vorsteiner's carbon fiber parts are produced using a state-of-the-art aerospace autoclave system. This provides unsurpassed rigidity, strength and finish to our aerodynamic components. We distinguish ourselves by utilizing a resin pre-impregnated, vacuum-formed carbon fiber material that results in a 20% - 30% stiffer and stronger product than an equivalent wet-lay up product.
This technique drastically reduces rejection rates, significantly improving delivery times. Vorsteiner uses a combination of unidirectional, 1x1, and 2x2 weave carbon fiber to keep the weight to a minimum while providing optimum strength and rigidity. The vacuum-formed technology used in our aerodynamic parts draw out excess resin which ultimately draws out excess weight without decreasing structural rigidity. This process provides a much tighter control over the fit and finish giving you the piece of mind that the part will perfectly match the factory shut lines and contours.
Note: Not compatible with vehicles equipped with Active Cruise Control (ACC)
Vehicles Supported BMW G8X M3/M4, including Competition