BMW 3-series E30 body was the second model "third series", replacing the BMW E21. This generation was produced from 1983 to 1994.
At first it was a two-door sedan, but in 1984, and 4-door version, together with the 6-cylinder versions, it has disrupted the sales. Philosophy the most powerful versions are not saved, and the dynamics of multiplied by handling. In addition, in 1988, and the four-wheel drive version.
The second generation of the 3 series BMW sedans with the factory index E30 (BMW E30) was submitted in November 1982 at the motor show in the UK, and the first production aircraft were delivered to customers in early 1983.
BMW E30 body replaced the previous, well-received, a BMW E21 BMW third series minor. Often this is called "transitional model", even though it is a completely independent model, but it is as though the transition from sharp edges "sharks" to the rounded forms of more modern machines.
In 85, the Department provided the top Motorsport version of the BMW E30-M3.
The model was stunningly successful and continually held the upper row of ratings.
S14 engine, built on the basis of the M10, developed 200 HP in the first editions, 220 in modification of Evo I and 238 HP
in modification EVO II. topped out at up to 100 km/h in 6.8 seconds, and less than that for a long time was the divider, which already started these sports Supercars.
Externally, the MINISTRY OF HEALTH has extended the wings with low-profile tires size 205/55 R15, "developed" bumpers, rocker panels and trunk lid closing rear wings on top.
On an equal footing and road versions, M3 participated in FIA GT Racing. She passed many modifications and had 3 evolutionary version to match the changing requirements of the FIA.
|Car type||Passenger car|
|Car body style||Coupe|
|Drive type||Rear wheels (RWD)|
|Model to replace||Sentinel|
|Replace model files||sentinel.wft (2.95mb)sentinel.wtd (0.76mb)|