The Z3 was a very reckless model for BMW because its design differs completely from that of the other models of the Bavarian brand. But the data confirm that this venture has achieved excellent commercial results: between 1995 (launch year) and 2002 (production discontinuation year), the Z3 Coupe and Z3 Roadster (E36/7) were sold almost 300.000 times. Its code name is similar to the one of the 3 Series E36, and it’s not a case. The footprint of this vehicle is very sporty, in fact, the Z3 M Coupe (pictured) and Z3 M Roadster versions were also launched with a powerful 321 horsepower 3.2 engine derived from the BMW M3 capable of reaching 100km/h in just over 5 seconds and a self-limited top speed of 250km/h. A distinctive element of the design of the Z3 are the side air intakes that resemble the gills of a shark. Given the dimensions of just 4.02 x 1.74 meters, they are not very comfortable for those who are tall and cannot accommodate more than two people. Even the trunk has a small space, but you cannot expect much more from a car of this type. The mechanics are strictly based on rear-wheel drive and the fun at driving benefits greatly from this. Driving is made safe by innovative technologies such as Traction Control and ABS. This car was produced in only one generation and was replaced in 2002 by the famous Z4, which has a more uniform design to the rest of the BMW range of the time.

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๐ŸŽ BMW Z3 E36/7
๐Ÿ“ Germany
๐Ÿ›  2.8 280NM 192HP
๐Ÿ’จ 6,8 seconds
๐Ÿ” 231km/h
๐Ÿ’ถ No longer on sale
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