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BMW: M3 Convertible

BMW's 3 Series convertible is regarded as an automobile with unique style and flair. But now there is an automobile that adds to that style and flair, a performance edge that could only come from BMW M:

The new M3 convertible


NAIAS 2001

This open variant of the M3 coupe is an attractive and sporty four-seater with an electrically-operated soft top. It will enter the market in spring 2001 thereby rounding out the M3 offerings. The new M3 convertible features the agile handling of a sports car as well as the newly designed M3 inline six-cylinder engine developing 333 horsepower at 7900 rpm and a maximum torque of 262 lb-ft at 4900 rpm. With these credentials the M3 convertible is the embodiment of the four-seat sports car.

 

The previous engine of the M coupe and the M roadster will also be replaced by the new six-cylinder high-performance M engine, developing 315 horsepower at 7400 rpm, an increase of more than 30 percent from the previous 240.

With this radical power increase, the new M coupe and M roadster will reach 60 mph from rest in even less time than the previous cars' 5.1 and 5.2 seconds respectively.

January 10, 2001

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