Under its bulging bonnet, the M3 will use a new six cylinder 3 litre twin-turbo engine. Unlike the M5’s reworked version of BMW's 4.4 litre twin-turbo V8, the new engine will be used exclusively in M models, not appearing in any lesser cars. Performance figures are expected to be around 450bhp, an increase of 30bhp over the 4 litre V8 in the current car. There will be an even bigger increase in the torque figure – potentially as much as 150Nm – taking the total to 550Nm at just 2,000rpm. What are your thoughts on the new M3? Will it make for a decent high performance street car? Let us know what you thought on our Twitter page @LeasingOptions. Here at Leasing Options, it is our promise to you, to provide all of our customers with the lowest car leasing prices in the UK. We do have an extensive range of cars that come in an array of models and styles that are sure to compliment your flair however daring, classy or introverted it may be. So whether it is a business contract hire car or a personal car lease you are looking for, give us a call today on 0161 826 3877 or drop us an email at [email protected] and a member of our expert team will be on hand to assist you.
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