BMW Motorsport has just announced that they will add a new chapter to their success story in GT racing in 2016. The development of the trusted BMW Z4 GT3 will end and the iconic GT racer will be replaced by the BMW M6 GT3 as their flagship racing car for customers. In the first quarter of next year the first tests with the M6 Coupé are planned and today we can enjoy the first sketches of the 2016 racing car. Under the hood of the BMW M6 GT3 you'll find the BMW M Twin Power Turbo 8-cylinder petrol engine, which features a capacity of 4.4 liters. The engine is familiar from the production model and has been modified specifically for racing. The chassis is being optimized by hand for the specific demands of the racetrack in the BMW Motorsport workshop in Munich. For those of you that can't afford such a brand new racing car the M6 will be for sure a great addition to any racing game as well.