The M3's bloodline stretches back as far as the original 3.0 CSL Batmobile. Its simple formula of "take normal car, add giant engine, tweak springs, and off you go" was something of a winner.
In 1986 the first "proper" M3 came to be: the E30. It was more aerodynamically sound than the 3er it was based on, it came with oodles more power than the standard 3 series, and handled like nothing before. Its steering was the most applauded part of it. It offered an almost electric feel so direct and wonderful that many … Read more