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Unpublished photos of the BMW M3 sedan

By Faiming_low on 20 Jan 2015 in New model

Attached Image We recently published the review of BMW's new monster sedan, the F30 M3 and came away awestruck. Here's more photos of the same car that we love... Pictured here looking like its ready to pounce of some weaker cars...
 
Attached Image From the rear, the M3 looks just as menacing as the front with its rear fenders protruding from the body. They barely contain the sexy 19-inch wheels.
 
Attached Image Speedo reads till 330km/h. No, we did not even get anywhere near that. 
 
Attached Image Seats supportive and cosy. 
 
Attached Image Very important buttons that allows you to alter the car's character according to your needs.
 
Attached Image Redline ain't as high as it used to be but this is still a gem of a motor. Like all M cars, you are still encouraged to rev it all out to get the most out of it.
 
Attached Image Mirrors a nice design touch.
 
Attached Image Strut bars made out of some very sexy looking carbonfibre material.
 
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bmw, f30, unpublished photo and 2 more...

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Friendstar Jan 21 2015 08:22 AM
Ok... looks the same
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