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Today the BMW Z3 M Coupe is recognized as a rare oddity, but it was very nearly never built. You have determined engineers to thank for its existence.
If the unusual styling and amazing performance of the BMW M Coupe don’t get your attention, maybe this will: one just sold for a whopping $92,000 on Bring a Trailer.
The result both runs fantastic and happens to look almost unintentionally amazing.
There isn't much fence sitting when it comes to the BMW M Coupe. You either love the "clown shoe" or you hate it. Regardless, when one crosses the auction block, the collector car community takes notice.
No matter what the version-or color combo, for that matter-the M Coupe is a thrill to drive.
Aside from the M coupe’s ridiculous power output, its scaled down shooting brake silhouette made it incredibly unique at the time and still does today.
However, being the gearheads we are (read idiots), we chose to tackle this trip in Ryan’s 2001 BMW M-Coupe. That’s right, a two-door, two-seater, hatchback, with MMMMMuch more power than the Jeep! Then and there, "Inuvik or Bust" was born.
It might seem a bit hasty to already be calling a car that’s younger than the Internet a classic.
I love it. I don’t keep cars very long, but this one is different. I don’t think I could get rid of it. We’ve had too many adventures together.
The Clownshoe was built for a purpose and it shows.
Also, because the car has a confident "bulldog" stance, I can take it camping, it looks like a shoe, and it has a short wheelbase. All of those things make a great combo.
Engineers who really, really, really love driving created this car to kick butt round the Ring and haul a dog. And that's it. And the result is so far beyond the pale that no manufacturer even bothered, let alone imagined, producing any competition. The M Coupe was free to live its short life unbenchmarked and unmolested by market expectations.