The 2013 BMW M3 adds many mechanical correction combined with the styling and color modifications to create a top-of-the-line model is designed to deliver performance. The 2013 BMW M3 standard equipment includes a staggered-width 18-inch aluminum wheels, performance tires, aluminum “powerdome” hood, flared fenders, 4 polished stainless steel exhaust outlets and, for the 2013 BMW M3 Coupes, M3-specific fender gills, a spoiler rear and carbon fiber roof.
The Convertibles have a power-retractable roof and a rollover protection systemand the color of the external model is translated Aluminum matte rather than black Shadowline treatment on the 2013 BMW M3 Coupe. In addition, the M3 models equipped with an automatic adaptive xenon headlights, adaptive brake lights, rain-sensing wipers, heated Usher jets, heated external mirrors and heated door locks.
2013 BMW M3 Interior
The 2013 BMW M3 equipped with M sport two-zone automatic climate control seats, M sport wheel leather-wrapped steering youth on the room lighting, push-button engine starting, Bluetooth connectivity and a stereo with CD player/MP3, iPod/USB connection and HD Radio. The M3 convertible includes M sport seats with power correction and special sun-reflective premium leather.
2013 BMW M3 Optional Features
Options for the 2013 M3 mainly grouped into packages. Premium package includes M sport seats power-adjustable (M3 Coupe), advanced skin, power-folding side mirrors, compass, universal garage door opener and a choice between premium wood, carbon fiber or adding aluminum cabin trim. In addition, each of M3 can install the package Weather Cold and Convenience package. The 2013 BMW M3 Coupe is also available with a competition package, which adds to the M Dynamic Mode for the traction control and stability systems, lowered suspension and Comfort, Normal and Sport, and 19-inch forged aluminum wheels.
In addition to these options packaged, extra-cost items include a premium sound system with satellite radio, navigation system with the traffic and weather reports real-time, BMW Apps smartphone technology, power sunroof (M3 Coupe), metallic paint, -19 inch aluminum wheels and long-term treatment for the skin inside. Different mechanical repairs include BMW’s M Transmission Double-clutch (M DCT) with the manual gearbox and the Electronic Damping Control suspension with Comfort and Sport.
2013, BMW is also offering a limited-run production M3 Coupe Frozen Limited Edition models. These vehicles offer a matte-finish paint “frozen” in a choice of red, white or blue and include the Premium and competition in packages as standard equipment. 19-inch wheels are matte black, outer color is rendered in high-gloss black and the interior provides a long leather treatment.
2013 BMW M3 Engine
2013 BMW M3’s 4.0-liter V-8 engine delivers 414 horsepower at 8,300 rpm and 295 lb. ft. of torque at 3,900 rpm, with 85% of peak torque available all the way to 6,500 rpm. The 2013 BMW M3 engine is equipped with standard automatic stop system/delete helping to conserve fuel. In particular, the 2013 BMW M3 and 3 Series model is the only ever be V-8 engine. Additional mechanical difference between the M3 and 3 Series upon which is based include a more powerful braking system, the M-tuned chassis and suspension components, polished-tuned steering and ways to Normal and Sport and M Drive selectable vehicle dynamics settings.
The BMW M3 is a rear-wheel drive. The close-ratio six-speed manual gearbox with a clutch of heavy-duty two-disc is standard. A 7-speed M Double-clutch Transmission (M DCT) with the manual gearbox is optional. IM DCT includes Drivelogic, which provides a range of fifty-shift automatic mode and six manual mode. To select gears manually via M DCT, the driver uses the shifters lever on the steering wheel or the shift lever on the console. To help ensure that all of the power available is up to the road, the M3 has a standard variable M is the difference with a lock and variable power distribution or, if desired, a power split PUK is delivering equal amounts motive force to each wheel to rear.
2013 BMW M3 Safety
The 2013 BMW M3 Coupe is equipped with the six air bags, while the M3 convertible has 4 air bags and rollover protection system that automatically pops the rear roll bars in a rollover accident. In addition, both M3 models include rain-sensing wipers, traction control and stability systems and performance braking system is comprised of the spirit, cross-drilled, compound 4-wheel disc anti-lock brakes with floating rotors, brake drying, cornering Brake Control and start-off assistant. BMW includes the BMW Assist telematics system as standard and provides 4 years free of Safety Plan service, which includes the Automatic Collision Notification. Rear park assist sensors are optional.