...If you handle it wrong, it might go off and hurt you. Inside the cabin the M3 includes all of that M Series badging that owners want to see (or at least they want their passengers to see). There's the M instrument cluster with red needles to remind you how fast you're going. The racing seats are extremely comfortable and will hold you snuggly in place even through the tightest corners. And the cockpit is laid out with only one person in mind — the driver. All of the luxury features you'd expect come with the M: Bluetooth, navigation, ambient lighting, brushed aluminum trim and...
...which some feel is even too light, but otherwise is a wholly competent and comfortable setup.Coupes and sedans offer an optional Competition Package that includes 19-inch alloys with performance tires, a lowered and recalibrated suspension, stability control, and programmable Electronic Damping Control with Comfort, Normal, and Sport modes. Testers have found that Normal mode is a perfect blend, offering comfortable absorption with performance that will far surpass the ability and courage of most drivers out there. Not forgetting the luxury part of its heritage, the BMW M3 offers several...
...wheels with performance tires Available 19-inch wheels Interior The driver can choose from a multitude of suspension and engine preferences using MDrive, which controls the electronic stability system, steering response, ride comfort and throttle response. It varies the settings to make the M3 suited for either everyday driving or track duty. Leather-clad interior highlighted with a choice of carbon fiber or wood trim Available stereo options include an 825-watt, 16-speaker system Push-button start Rain-sensing wipers Available moonroof Available navigation system with iDrive Available iPod...
...The M3, on the other hand, adjusts enough to adapt to drivers of different sizes, and visibility is excellent. You want that if you intend to drive fast. Finally, a thing I really liked about the M3 is that you can hear what's going on — meaning the engine, drivetrain and road noise. I turned on the radio only a couple of times when I was driving it, preferring to hear the mechanical sounds it was making. If you're the sort who likes to be isolated from a car, the M3 isn't for you. Technology If you listen to a BMW nut explain all the different systems the car has, it can be a bit...
The redesigned 2014 BMW M3 is so close, we can literally hear it. BMW has teased the car's sound in an official video, but this clip of a camouflaged prototype provides a... read more November 13, 2013 by Stephen Edelstein
BMW is emphasizing the amount of development time the M3 sedan and M4 coupe spent at the track. As if we didn't already know. The fine machines from the M Division are known... read more October 23, 2013 by Stephen Edelstein
The G-Power name has become synonymous with extreme BMWs; that’s because for the past 30 years the tuning firm has been churning out some of the fastest examples of the... read more October 1, 2013 by Viknesh Vijayenthiran
The move from the soaring, singing S65 V-8 of the E9x BMW M3 to the new twin-turbo, in-line six-cylinder S55 in the 2014 BMW M3 Sedan and M4 Coupe has some fans longing for... read more September 26, 2013 by Nelson Ireson
Just yesterday, BMW released the first official technical details on the 2014 BMW M3 Sedan and M4 Coupe. Today, we have photos of the first 2014 M3 crash, fresh from the... read more September 25, 2013 by Nelson Ireson