BMW has debuted the M6 GT3 at the Frankfurt Motor Show. A racing version of the BMW M6 Coupe, the car will be operated by various private teams throughout 2016. According to BMW, upgrades are mostly limited to the areas of drivability and economy, a main example being the same twin-turbocharged 4.4-liter V-8, now boosted with M TwinPower Turbo technology. The most obvious difference from the production M6, of course, is that the driver sits centrally in the M6 GT3. The racing beast weighs less than 1,300 kg and features a transaxle drive configuration and sequential six-speed racing gearbox, with a longer wheelbase promising an unparalleled driving experience. Following its debut in Frankfurt, the M6 GT3 will undergo more fine-tuning before its delivery later this year.