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BMW M Sport is developed for track enthusiasts

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BMW M Sport is developed for track enthusiasts

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BMW M Sport for Race Lovers

BMW has made some serious modifications and developments to its M line including powerful and advanced engines. It has also developed some free applications for M Sport to help drivers on the track and furthermore they have included some driving mode analysis devices in the M3 and M4 models. BMW has revealed that the M GmbH is exclusively developed for the track enthusiasts. It will be more powerful than previous M3 which was powered by a naturally aspired V8 engine but in relation to new data released from BMW, the initial technical specifications illustrated that power will draw from a brand new high-revving straight six engine of 3.0 litre engine further powered by a Twin Power Turbo producing 430bhp at 7,500 rpm and a torque capability of generating more than 369 lb-ft.

The new power unit is also more efficient, enabling the new M3 Saloon to have 25 per cent lower fuel spending and very well controlled CO2 emissions. BMW also talk about the weight of the car, they say that they were able to reduce the M3 Saloon’s weight to less than 1,500 kg (3,306 lbs). Besides the engine power and new advancements in the power units they have also introduced some state of the art technologies in new models as well. Dr Friedrich Nitschke, is the President of BMW M GmbH and he stated that “Four cohorts of the BMW M3 have merged motor sport genes and conceded day by day usability within an expressively affluent overall impression;” he further added that Customers can control the BMW M Lap timer app simply using the iDrive manager once their Smartphone is hooked up to the car and the application then gets to exertion devoid of any delay, taping the car’s speed, longitudinal and lateral acceleration, engine revolutions, the gear engaged with the M DCT or automatic gearbox, steering angle, accelerator arrangement and fuel consumption.