Z3 M Roadster (S50) 3.2 Convertible +Outstanding Example
- 3.2 Litre 6 Cylinder S50 Engine (321bhp) - 17" BMW 'M' Roadstar Alloy Wheels - Wheels Finished in Shadow Chrome- Heated Seats - Electric Roof Operation- Black Mohair Hood- Electric Seat Adjust- Chromed Quad Exhaust Tips- Head Lamp Power Wash - M Logo Chrome Wing Vents- M Sport Leather Steering Wheel - M Sport Seats - M Logo Chrome Door Sills- M Oval Mirrors- M Oval Rear View Mirror - M Exterior Styling- M Quad Exhaust System- Full Nappa Leather Upholstery - BMW Business Single CD/Radio- Driver & Passenger Airbags - Electric Windows - Electric Mirrors - Air Conditioning - Limited Slip Differential - Windscreen with Green Top Tint - ABS Braking - Remote Central Locking - On Board Computer- Electric Windows- Rollbar Protection SystemBMW Z3M Roadster Presented in Arctic Silver with Black Full Nappa Leather Interior 3.2 S50 E36 M3 Engine with 321bhp, Enthusiast Owned Low Mileage Well Maintained Example of This Classic BMW RoadsterSupplied New by BMW Park Lane in April 1998, Full BMW Main Dealer/Marque Specialist Service History Complete with All Vehicle Handbooks & 2 Sets of Keys HPI Checked & Clear with CertificateThe iconic M Roadster was first unveiled at the 1996 Geneva motor show, though production did not begin until later that year. It was designed as the performance version of the BMW Z3, and there were significant differences between the two variants including front and rear bumper modifications, and other subtle asthetic changes. Under the skin many of the components were beefed up with the rear suspension being derived from the E30 M3 and the front suspension and brake system being taken from the E36 M3 Evo. Based on the E36 platform, the Z3 Roadster was known internally as the E36/7. The M Roadster could run a wider track under the flared wheel arches as well as wider wheels and tyres to try to tame the increased power. A dual exhaust system fed each set of three cylinders to two dual tailpipes. The Z3 M roadster was the first BMW to feature this quad exhaust design, which has since become a BMW M division signature.The interior had a different look to the standard Z3. The sport package M-version steering wheel was standard on the M, and there was different instrumentation such as an oil temperature gauge. Finally, the car was available in M-specific colors, which were not released for the regular Z3, at least in the early production years (not counting BMW's Individual program).
- Body typeConvertible
- Previous owners4
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