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34 800 KM


4.0 L V8
7-speed M-DCT
Front engine, rear wheel drive
Power Output
309 kW | 420 HP
Fuel type
Exterior Color
Jerez Black Metallic
Interior Color
Leather Novillo Black
No of doors



  • 34 800 KM
  • M Dynamic Package.
  • Jerez Black Metallic.
  • Leather Novillo Black.
  • Adaptive Suspension.
  • M Drive.
  • M double-clutch transmission with Drivelogic.
  • M-Double spoke 220 M, 8.5Jx19, 245/35R19, Rr: 9.5Jx19, 265/35R19.
  • Glass Sunroof, electric with sliding and vent function.
  • Seat width adjustment.
  • Park Distance Control (PDC),front & rear.
  • Navigation Professional with Bluetooth and USB/Audio.
  • Daytime driving lights selectable by Lights menu.

E92 M3:

The fourth generation BMW M3 was announced on the 2007 Geneva Motor Show. It was originally set to be called M4 along with 3 Series coupes and convertibles that were to become the 4 Series, but due to the interest in retaining the M3 line, as well as the plan for a separate 4 series line, this change was scrapped.

Similar to the previous M3 generations that introduced a new engine, the fourth generation M3 did the same: the BMW S65 V8 engine. The engine produces 309 kW; 420 PS (414 bhp) at 8300 rpm, with peak torque of 400 N⋅m (295 lb⋅ft) at 3900 rpm. A six-speed manual transmission is standard. As of April 2008, BMW offered a new seven speed Getrag double-clutch gearbox, called M-DKG (Doppel-Kupplungs-Getriebe) or M-DCT (Double Clutch Transmission) as an option, which reduces shift pauses to less than a tenth of a second and shortens the car’s 0-100 km/h (62 mph) sprint time by 0.2 seconds vs. manual. It features both automatic and manual modes similar to the SMG gearboxes in the E36 and E46, but with more speed and efficiency.

The E92 M3 coupe inherited a carbon-fibre roof similar to the one used on the E46 CSL. For 2011, the E92 M3 received a model refresh commonly referred to as a LCI (Life Cycle Impulse) by BMW. Those changes included minor interior trim pieces and LED rear tail-lights. Testing by Car and Driver magazine has shown that the 2011 M3 equipped with an M-DCT transmission accelerated from 0–60 mph in 3.9 seconds and went on to record a 12.4-second quarter-mile time. This is almost half a second quicker than 2008–2010 M3 models with the same engine and transmission.

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