BMW M's summary:
- Doors: There are 3 types of a body of the car BMW M - 2, 3 and 4-door cars.
- Seats: The car was issued in options with 2+2 and 2-seat salon.
- BMW M was issued with the following types of a body: fixed-head coupe, coupe, convertible (cabriolet), drophead coupe (convertible coupe).
The car M Roadster 3.2 (321 HP) (1997) have 1350 kg
and this is the minimum weight among all modifications of BMW M.
The heaviest car in a production line of BMW M, is the model M M Roadster (2007)
- its weight 1485 kg.
The smallest model is M Coupe (1998) which length makes 4025 millimeters.
The longest BMW M is the model M M Roadster (2006), which length - the 4120 millimeters.
BMW M was equipped by 3 options of engines.
The smallest engine had volume in 3201 cubic centimeters and was established on
such models, as: M Coupe (1998), M Coupe 3.2 (321 HP) (1998) and M Roadster 3.2 (321 HP) (1997).
The most powerful engine was established on models M Coupe (2001), M Coupe (US) (2001), M Coupe 3.2 (325 HP) (1998), M M Coupe (2007), M Roadster (2001) and M Roadster 3.2 (325 HP) (1997)
and had volume in 3246 cubic centimeters.
The maximum speed of the BMW M makes 250 kilometers per hour.
You will see such information on a speedometer of such models as: M Coupe (1998), M Coupe (2001), M M Roadster (2007) and M Roadster (2001).
- The car BMW M is equipped with only a manual transmission.
BMW M Modifications (11)