BMW describes its carbon components for the powerful M3, but those tailpipes are too much for us to handle.
The road-going carbon components have now been adequately revealed to us, and it's safe to assume that opinions will differ on them.
The saloon-bodied M3's available exhaust system and the M Performance exhaust system are identical.
It is constructed of titanium, and according to BMW, it is 30% lighter than the conventional configuration.
If you can get beyond the triangular appearance, it sounds excellent.
Additionally, there are two additional forged wheel options, two separate sets of fancy M brake pads, and height-adjustable M Performance sport suspension.
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