These are rare cars with only 2,180 sold in the USA for 1999 and 2000 model years. As the story goes, the M Coupe's life starts with the Z3 and M Roadster. Five engineers from BMW's M Division were not satisfied by the convertible's handling. This was blamed on the roofless design causing a lack of rigidity. The fix was a simple one – weld a roof on top, add some chassis rigidity, and keep all the power. Apparently this new body made the coupes 2.7 times stiffer than the Roadster models. The group of engineers worked overtime to make it happen, eventually putting their creation in front of the BMW brass for the production go-ahead. Stocky in stature, muscular and determined-looking, it packs the power to deliver the performance promised by its looks. Its 3.2 litre 6-cylinder produced 240 bhp delivered through a 5-speed gearbox and fat 245/40ZR-17 rear tires. Fronts are 225/45ZR17. 0 to 60-mph was just 5.4 seconds, the quarter mile in 14.0 seconds and 0.89g on the skid pad. Estimated top speed was over 135mph, some say as high as 150mph. This is a 50,789 mile local one owner car sold new by Santa Monica BMW. We have the original window sticker ($42,070.00), the M Roadster and Coupe informational DVD and the Welcome to BMW VCR Tape plus the original books, service records, extra key and even the emergency key. It has the BMW CD Radio and the Glass Moonroof. The instruments are great looking with Chrome Bezels.
Finished in Titanium Silver with two-tone Nappa Grey and Black Leather heated power sport seats.