The BMW M3 is probably the most recognized car that is made by BMW. In today’s modern age the demand is high for a car that looks sleek and sophisticated. Even though the well liked 2012 model has been released, consumers are already salivating for the 2013 BMW m3 model that boasts plenty of new features! The release date for the model is said to be sometime in June 2013. The manufacturer’s suggested retail price for the 2012 model was between sixty thousand, and one hundred dollars to sixty-eight thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars! When the BMW M3 is released every year, there are also special collectors models of them. One variant is the Frozen Silver Edition which, features a frozen silver metallic paint job and, 19 inch matte black alloy wheels. There is also another edition which is called the M3 Limited Edition 500 that, features special stitching for the interior and special colors. The model’s name has 500 in it because only 500 are released into the world.
The long awaited 2013 BMW m3 will have many new features but, still have the same high quality as last years model. In the 2012 model’s thirty-five thousand dollar base form, the car was already armed to the teeth. If someone wants their m3 to be even more powerful they could purchase a power performance kit which, adds more horsepower and, cosmetic features. For a while people have speculated on the 2013 model’s specifications, and many rumors have been spread about the vehicle. Perhaps the biggest change from the 2012 model is the turbocharged 6 cylinder engine, so the horsepower for the vehicle will be around the four hundred and, fifty bhp mark. If one thing was to stay the same for the vehicle it would have to be the rear wheel drive layout even though BMW is said to be considering an all wheel drive for future products. The 2013 BMW m3 isn’t just about image and horsepower, 2013 BMW m3 also full of safety features like anti-lock brakes that can automatically sense when a tired has stopped rotating. Stability control to help the vehicle handle better. Front-impact airbags to protect the driver and passenger’s head during an accident. Side impact airbags to protect the torso during a collision, and overhead airbags to protect hesads if the vehicle flips over. There is a safety feature called pretensioners which, automatically tighten seat belts to keep people in the suggested seating position during a crash. The last two safety features are the anti-whiplash which is there to reduce the chance of whiplash injury, and a security system to protect against theft.