Ok. Ok. We know it's not an "M". Let's just get that out of the way. That doesn't mean we think it shouldn't/couldn't have been.
This 2015 M3 was a very unique build both inside and out. We chose to stray from the ordinary factory BMW color list and use a paint that the F8x generation M3/M4 crowd has not seen much of. Signal Green.
Unlike the previous E92 M3’s high-revving V-8, the new S55 engine swells with torque and offers improved drivability. It may sound like an industrial air compressor at cold startup, but its full 406 lb-ft of twist hits at just 1850 rpm, with 425 horsepower peaking at 7300 versus the old V-8’s screaming 8300. Once warmed up, the aural signature goes sinister.