Friday, April 6, 2012

2012 BMW M3 CRT Front Side2012 BMW M3 CRT Review and Specifications

2012 BMW M3 CRT (Carbon Racing Technology) will be produced by BMW M GmbH factory in a limited edition of 67 units. t also represents the world debut of a new production process for carbon fiber reinforced plastic (CFRP) components in the automotive sector. The exclusive character is underlined by the hatchback design components tailored, lightweight, built as part of an innovative production process. The bonnet of the BMW M3 CRT and seats for driver and front passenger are in carbon honeycomb cell, which is produced in a globally unique art for the production of body parts for BMW i3 and BMW i8 models.

2012 BMW M3 CRT Rear Side2012 BMW M3 CRT Exclusive Car Frozen Polar Silver Metallic exterior color with metallic paint application Melbourne Red and special treatment for the kidneys also help BMW M3, BMW M3 is distinguished from a standard CRT. Inside, the sedan is also equipped with exclusive strip doorway, door panels and aluminum trim in the grain structure. Completing the special atmosphere in high-performance sedan, which is covered steering wheel Alcantara M, M Drive button so the driver to call his favorite setup, right, and specifically Sakhir Orange and black two-tone front and back covers for each seat 2012 BMW M3 CRT.

2012 BMW M3 CRT Interior2012 BMW M3 CRT A V8 engine with customary M high-revving characteristics and maximum output of 331 kW/450 hp accelerates the BMW M3 CRT from 0 to 100 km/h in just 4.4 seconds. The high-revving unit provides the linear power delivery you expect from an M car and a highly responsive performance profile honed by the demands of the race track. Tuned for the BMW M3 GTS, the eight-cylinder engine develops 331 kW/450 hp from its 4,360 cc displacement. Maximum output is reached at 8,300 rpm, and the driver will find peak torque of 440 Newton metres on tap at 3,750 rpm.

2012 BMW M3 CRT Front View2012 BMW M3 CRT transferring the engine’s power to the rear wheels is the M double-clutch transmission with Drivelogic developed for the BMW M3. The seven-speed M DCT Drivelogic unit also works according to a principle developed in motor sport, allowing an uninterrupted flow of power through gear changes to deliver extremely dynamic acceleration. Its shift characteristics have been tuned specially for the engine powering the BMW M3 CRT.

2012 BMW M3 CRT Rear View2012 BMW M3 CRT the specially tuned DSC (Dynamic Stability Control) system – including ABS and M Dynamic Mode (MDM) – responds to both the greater dynamic potential of the BMW M3 CRT and its optimised axle load distribution. Meanwhile, the 245/35 R 19 front tyres and 265/35 R 19 rears (fitted on 19-inch M light-alloy wheels in Y-spoke design) ensure the engine’s acceleration and braking power is transferred to the road with maximum impact. The electronic engine management of the BMW M3 CRT caps its top speed at 290 km/h 2012 BMW M3 CRT.

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