The BMW E36 GTR is a rare and highly sought-after race car that was produced by BMW Motorsport in the mid-1990s. It was built to compete in the 1995 German ADAC GT Cup series and was designed to meet FIA GT1 regulations.
The E36 GTR was powered by a 3.2-liter inline-six engine that produced over 400 horsepower, which was sent to the rear wheels through a six-speed manual transmission. The car was built with a tubular steel frame and a carbon fiber body, which helped keep its weight down to around 1,100 kg.
The E36 GTR had a highly successful racing career, winning numerous races and championships in Europe and North America. It was driven by a number of notable drivers, including Steve Soper, Joachim Winkelhock, and Marc Duez.
Today, the E36 GTR is considered to be one of the most iconic and desirable BMW race cars ever produced. Due to its rarity and success on the track, it is highly sought after by collectors and racing enthusiasts around the world.