The model shown below also comes with black wheels, blacked out kidneys, carbon fiber mirror caps and a carbon fiber front lip.
The outgoing E92 M3 will be replaced next month by the new and first ever BMW M4 Coupe. The F82 M4 delivers a new, fresh design of the popular M3 model and so far it has been well received by the BMW community and international journalists.
The high-performance sports car which spawned the championship-winning DTM racer is set to end its career on the road with more than 40,000 examples having left the factory.
The 4.0-litre V8 engine, developed exclusively for the BMW M3, has cylinder banks positioned at a 90-degree angle to one another. It develops maximum output of 309 kW/420 hp, generates peak torque of 400 Newton meters (295 lb-ft) and revs to a maximum 8,400 rpm. Like the engine’s high-revving character, numerous construction details, such as the electronically controlled individual throttle butterflies, ion current knock control and dynamically optimised oil supply, were taken straight from motor racing. Alongside its instantaneous responsiveness, the colossal power delivery of the naturally aspirated engine – maintained at a constant level into the upper reaches of the rev range – is its defining feature. The BMW M3’s engine won the 3.0 to 4.0-litre class of the International Engine of the Year Award five times in succession.
The E92 M3 Coupe remains one of the most sought M models and our own Chuck Vossler has recently taken ownership of a 2013 M3 Coupe. A review will follow shortly, in the mean time enjoy the photo gallery below.