Following the success of the previous model, I decided to build something very valuable and important this time that no one has been able to build before:
"The Piece Of Our Memories"
sheer driving pleasure from Bavaria
2001 BMW M3 GTR LM (E46) "NFS"
The BMW M3 GTR GT (E46) is a race car developed by BMW based on their M3 E46. It competed during the 2001 racing season under both the BMW Motorsport and Team Schnitzer teams, with the car being entered in the GT class of The American Le Mans Championship and the European Le Mans Series.
It was originally fitted with a 3.2L inline-six engine based on the engine of the standard E46 M3. The car first entered the GT class of the American Le Mans Series in 2000, in which it only took a single victory and was beaten on several occasions by the Porsche 911 GT3-R.
A newly developed P60B40 V8 engine was quickly placed into the race car before the beginning of the racing 2001 season. It was developed alongside the BMW V10 engine that was used to power Williams Formula 1 cars during the 2001 F1 season. The old engine was ditched as BMW's engineers couldn't squeeze any more horsepower out of it.
The new engine gave the BMW M3 GTR a competitive edge over the Porsche 911 GT3-R and allowed the M3 GTR to win seven out of the ten events in the GT category in the 2001 season.
Porsche claimed during the 2001 ALMS season that BMW had violated the ALMS entry rules and the spirit of Gran Turismo. This was based on the fact that the V8 engine in the M3 GTR was not available in any road legal BMW M3.
BMW produced 10 road going GTR models for sale after the 2001 ALMS season ended as the rules required that the entered cars must be placed on sale on two continents within twelve months of the season beginning.
The ALMS rules were changed for the GT class heading into the 2002 season, and required that at least 100 units as well as 1,000 engines be built for a car to qualify. The revised rules forced BMW to pull the M3 GTR from the following American Le Mans Series season.
However, it made its return to motorsport when the BMW-backed Schnitzer Motorsport team entered two M3 GTRs for the 2003 24 Hours of Nürburgring endurance race. The M3 GTR participated in the race for the following two years and scored a 1-2 victory for the team in 2004 and 2005.
•An indefatigable and exciting experience with only M3 GTR V8 "NFS" in simpleplanes!
•High-end detailed (quality) fresh livery and detailed all of the parts unlike previous model
•All new : Detailed palmont city license plate
•Driving with real performance spec and top speed
•Detailed Engine Under the hood!
•Solide fixed body model (no movable parts)
•Custom working wheels and can turn and move!
•Detailed interior and wheel steering with high quality
•hard racing suspensions system for any tracks
•The extra hidden colors were used via xml file and color picker application
•Engine noises and Straight cut gear whining sounds
•Real scaled model
AG1 : Taillights
AG2 : Headlights
AG3 : Headlights High beam
Pitch up : Acceleration
Pitch down : reversing
Brake : Braking (ABS)
Thanks for :
Bogdan X : Test driver model
Kennneth & FeatherWing for cool screenshots
And this car is presented by me to those who have dreamed of owning this car since they were old and as a child while playing nfs mw, carbon, heat or mw 2012 and grew up with this car. as well one of the most popular cars of famous YouTubers such as: Blackpanthaa and KuruHS...
Based on :
- Successors 1 airplane(s) +35 bonus
- Created On Android
- Wingspan 6.5ft (2.0m)
- Length 15.1ft (4.6m)
- Height 4.7ft (1.4m)
- Empty Weight N/A
- Loaded Weight 3,576lbs (1,622kg)
- Power/Weight Ratio 18.849
- Horse Power/Weight Ratio 0.209
- Wing Loading 63.3lbs/ft2 (309.0kg/m2)
- Wing Area 56.5ft2 (5.3m2)
- Drag Points 471
- Number of Parts 3633
- Control Surfaces 0
- Performance Cost 10,478