Posts Tagged: BMW M3

BMW M3 Sport Evolution (1990)
By January 25, 2012 Read More →

BMW M3 Sport Evolution (1990)

A civilian version of this original M3 with the biggest capacity drove onto the roads with the additional name of BMW M3 Sport Evolution. Its characteristic feature was the two-tier rear wing. This 238 hp sports car was limited to 600 units. A version of the two-litre engine used in Italy was also marketed for everyday use. It was designated 320is, packed 192 hp and was sold in Italy and Portugal to come below the statutory capacity limits valid here for highly taxed luxury cars.

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BMW M3 (E46) (2001-2006)
By September 20, 2010 Read More →

BMW M3 (E46) (2001-2006)

The third BMW M3 was very powerful, wide and yet elegant. Thanks to a special front apron with integrated fog lamps and large cooling air intakes, it presented a significantly different profile to all other models in the BMW 3 Series.

BMW M3 (E36) (1992-1999)
By September 16, 2010 Read More →

BMW M3 (E36) (1992-1999)

Comparing to the first generation, the second generation BMW M3 was a completely new car and a completely different car. An elegant and sophisticated coupé now emerged on the roads with a powerful yet cultured six-cylinder engine.

BMW M3 E30 in motorsport
By September 14, 2010 Read More →

BMW M3 E30 in motorsport

The first generation of BMW M3 was designed to be produced as a mass-production automobile on an assembly line. It was destined to compete in near-production touring car motor sport, or more precisely as a Group A racing car.

BMW M3 (E30) (1986-1992)
By September 14, 2010 Read More →

BMW M3 (E30) (1986-1992)

The anticipation for the fastest 3 Series BMW began in August 1985. The key data revealed a sports car that would punch way above its class: 200 hp, top speed in excess of 230 km/h, sprint from a standing start to 100 km/h inside 6.7 seconds.