The new BMW M3 Saloon is more agile, more powerful and certainly a lot faster than that of its predecessor the M3 Coupé. With lower ride height, a new blade front bumper and proudly displayed M3-badged vents on the cars flanks and bonnet, the M3 Saloon has been transformed into a four door high-performance sports car and is unquestionably worthy of its street racer stance.
The contemporary new design on the M3 highlights the cars powerful dynamics. From the strapping power dome that defines the shape of the turbocharger engine, to the significant air inlets in the front that ensure optimal engine cooling – every detail is justified by its function. The additional Aero Curtain and Air Breathers give this model an aerodynamic touch while M double-slat kidney grille with the M3 logo, M gills and the quad exhaust signify the performance potentials of this sports car's iconic appearance.
Beneath the bonnet, the M3 enjoys a completely redeveloped 431hp M TwinPower Turbo six-cylinder engine that BMW employ exclusively in M models, allowing the car to increase its torque potential to 550Nm at just 2,000rpm and reach an impressive 450bhp – a notable 30bhp more than its counterpart.
BMW M3 features include:
Professional navigation system, DAB digital radio, Enhanced Bluetooth with USB and voice control, Electric memory seats, Heated front seats, Automatic air conditioning, Park distance control, Rain sensing wipers, Auto headlights.
The cars design has seen BMW use lightweight body materials to make the M3 weigh around 100kg less than previous for superior comfort and a
somewhat sharper drive - all of which contribute to a scintillating performance in which the car can reach 62mph in just 4.2 seconds. The BMW M3 Saloon merges M motorsport components with aptness for everyday use, taking driving pleasure to new heights.
Boasting state-of-the-art M Division limited-slip differential, the car experiences enhanced traction on corners and also features hydraulic steering, seven-speed dual-clutch transmission and adaptive dampers to ensure a swifter throttle response and make the care more agile and dynamic.
The result is what BMW describe as; "a drive with unprecedented precision and confidence. The seemingly impossible is possible here: man and machine become one".