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BMW cars are unique in that after a long time, almost all of their models don’t look outdated no matter how they looked to us when we first saw them. Maybe you noticed this? For example, when you first saw the BMW E60 in 2003, it looked awfully weird and then it really didn’t seem to stand the test of time. But it is BMW cars that stand this test - which is why the E30, E34, E36, E38, E39 and others have been and will be favorite. Wondering how the new BMW front radiator grille will stand the test of time? It’s hard to imagine that this design will ever become a classic. But that is exactly how it should be. Whether you like it or not, you really like the new BMW front style, but you will definitely like the rear. It’s great with a regular third and of course looks impressive with the M3 where the emphasis is on the four traditionally installed exhaust pipes. The car differs significantly from the usual third - air vents in the bumpers, M3 marking on the wings, carbon fiber roof, side mirrors of a different design, wider wings, etc. Only the side door remained common. It is interesting to observe not only the evolution or revolution of the M3 design, but also the changes in composition and engines. If the first E30 M3 had a rather modest 2-2.5-liter four-cylinder engine with about 200 hp, then the E36 engine increased to 3-3.2 liters, power to 300 hp, and the number of cylinders increased to six. The next-generation E46 engine retained 3.2 displacement, but power rose to 360 hp, and the model received a sportier suspension. The next E90 model got an even bigger 4-4.4-liter, 8-cylinder engine reaching as much as 450 hp. The displacement of the next F80 was significantly reduced to 3 liters and returned to the 6-cylinder configuration, but the engine received a turbine, so power and dynamic performance only increased. The latest G80 model has retained the classic composition - 3 liters, 6 cylinders in a row, of course without a turbine was not dispensed plus the new M3 will be composed with all-wheel drive - for the first time in the M3 model. We see that over time, the car’s displacement has increased, reached a peak and is now starting to decline. If the trend continues, and it probably will, we will soon see the M3 again with four-cylinder engines. There will be only one key difference - the M3 will never be the small, high-revving, atmospheric engine sports car it was designed to be. Well, we will definitely have more power and dynamics, and seconds to 100 km / h for really less.
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BODYWORK Competition 3.0 (510 Hp) Steptronic
Body type Saloon
Number of doors 4
Number of seats 5
Luggage capacity, litres 480
Fuel type Diesel
Fuel system n/d
Engine type Cylinders inline Turbine
Position of engine n/d
Engine capacity, cc 2993
Cylinders/valves 6/24
Power output, bhp/kW/rpm 510/380/6250
Torque, Nm/rpm 650/5500
Acceleration 0-62 mph, s 3.9
Top speed 250 km/h (155 mph)
Drive wheels Front
Steering type n/d
Gearbox Automatic
8 gears
Length, mm 4794
Width, mm 1903
Height, mm 1437
Weight/Max Weight, kg 1730
Wheelbase, mm 2857
Front suspension Dviejų skersinių svirčių
Rear suspension Daugiasvirtė nepriklausoma
Front brakes Ventilated disc ABS
Rear brakes Ventilated disc ABS
Front tires 275/40 ZR18
Rear tires 285/35 ZR19
Urban 14.6 l/100km (19 mpg)
Extra urban 7.6 l/100km (37 mpg)
Combined 10.2 l/100km (28 mpg)
CO2 emissions, g/km 234
Fuel tank capacity, litres 59
BMW car timeline
Type 1990 s2000 s2010 s2020 s
  Subcompact    i3
  Compact   1 Series1 Series1 Series
  1 Series M CoupeM135iM135i
   2 Series
   2 Series Gran Coupe
  Mid-size 3 Series3 Series3 Series3 Series3 Series
M3M3M3M3 M3
   3 Series Gran Turismo
   4 Series4 Series
   4 Series Gran Coupe
  Large 5 Series5 Series5 Series5 Series5 Series
M5 M5M5M5  
  5 Series Gran Turismo  
   6 Series Gran Turismo
  Executive 7 Series7 Series7 Series7 Series7 Series
  Coupe 8 Series  8 Series
  6 Series6 Series
  M6 M6
  Four door coupe    6 Series Gran Coupe
   M6 Gran Coupe
   8 Series Gran Coupe
  Roadster  Z3Z4Z4 Z4
 Z3M Z4M   
  Mini crossover   X1X1
  Crossover   X3X3X3
  Large crossover   X6X6X6
  Mid-size SUV  X5X5X5X5
  Large SUV    X7
  Mini MPV    2 Series Active Tourer
  MPV    2 Series Gran Tourer
  Sports car  Z8   
  Supercar    i8
1990 s2000 s2010 s2020 s