Posted Nov 30th 2011 4:44AM
This is 2012 BMW M3 DTM Concept racing car. BMW and Audi have released details of the racing automobiles they decide to enter into the 2012 season of the Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters (DTM) German touring car championship. BMW unveiled its all-new BMW M3 DTM Concept car at the company’s headquarters in Munich. The new M3 DTM will mark BMW’s return to the championship after a 20-year absence.
While the appearance of the automobile can presumably modification significantly up to its initial race, the essential technical specs are just about set – among these, 480hp with air restriction as per laws from its 4.0 liter V8, that is mated to a sequential six-speed gearbox. Elsewhere, performance specs embody a 0-100kph time of concerning 3 seconds and an approximate 300kph prime speed. The BMW M3 DTM Concept showcases an all-new body and a V8 engine manufacturing around 353kW of power.
There’s still a good quantity of labor to be done on the automotive before it becomes the finished article. “Getting a new racing programme up and running is a bit like doing a jigsaw. New pieces are added almost every day, and we must put them together to create the big picture,” new BMW Motorsports director Jens Marquardt said.
With BMW M3 DTM Concept the successful roll-out of the car comes a full take a look at programme out heading in the right direction next, as the development of the M3 DTM continues. Three BMW teams are destined to be equipped with the newest M3 DTM car: BMW Team Schnitzer, BMW Team RBM and BMW Team RMG. The precise allocation of drivers to the three groups is made at a later date. First, the groups are operating hand in hand with BMW Motorsport to press ahead with the event of the BMW M3 DTM 2012.