Slide ruler: BMW M3 GTS takes on Austrian Alps
A charge to the roof of Europe requires a special kind of car. A car that makes the standard M3 look like a soft-edged fatso
Posted: 11 Apr 2012
The garage door rolls back. Never mind the low-rent logos and the empty dashboard, it's the stuff that's still here that matters. Engine, mainly. According to M Sport chief engineer Albert Biermann, the GTS came about when his people found a few euro down the back of the sofa, and set about making the über-M3, partly for the hell of it, partly because the M3 is 25 years old this year.