That's correct. Also over 4k E93s and under 4K E90s.
I read somewhere here that BMW AG sold 18,000 M3s in all styles. ~ 10k were E92 coupes.
tes drive both
You need to drive both - and twice. I had intended to go m-dct but had such fun w/ the 6mt that I went old-school.
Maybe a V6 - they have not ruled out an I-6, but V6 a more compact solution. Will probably have more torque than present v8 though.
Will remain the superb S65 V8 :)
About 2 weeks ago my radio/stereo started having problems / cutting out - I can get it to come on for up to 5 mins by turning it off / on...
Top Gear is MUST VIEWING ;)
I'm hoping to find out soon as a colleague has the 1st M-DKG car to arrive at the Austin dealership.
But maybe he won't let me drive it as one...
The Jerez car I saw was inside so can't provide this. However, I did see blue highlights in the black, even in the showroom.
My guess is the EUR / USD equation and the price they can charge and the estimated demand at this price level means they're unwilling to give up...
Yep, keep it to < = 5,500 rpm for f1st 1,200 miles / service.
G'day lugnut. Apologies in advance for being a bit OT! :rolleyes:
I am thinking of 2 colour combos for the e92 m3:
(1) space / FR
Goodyear Eagle F1 GSD3
I've had various Michelin for our 530i and 540i. But I really like the Goodyear Eagles.
* great grip - especially dry
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