The M Coupe caused a stir even before it was put into production. Engineers at BMW wanted a more rigid chassis (and therefore, better handling characteristics) than that of the existing Z3 M Roadster. BMW execs were (naturally) more concerned with ones and zeroes. Fortunately, for a limited number of people, the engineers emerged victorious.
This beautiful Titanium Silver Metallic example of their triumph is just one of 43 configured with a sunroof and striking Imola Red/ Black Nappa leather interior. To keep audiophiles happy, it also features a Harmon/Kardon stereo system.
Now, as talented (and obviously persuasive) as the engineers were, there was still room for improvement, so this car has been fitted with H&R sway bars, fully adjustable Ground Control coilovers up front, and Ground Control springs and shocks in the rear. It has 17 inch Artec wheels covered in Toyo Proxes R1R tires. Fronts are 245/40 and the rears are 275/40. The clutch was replaced 10k miles ago.