BMW M3 GT
In 1994, the limited edition BMW M3 GT was produced as a racing homologation special. Only 356 GTs were ever built, produced and sold to the public. This was the last year before BMW respectively upgraded the M3s to a 3.2-liter engine, allowing for more horsepower, torque and overall performance. The M3 GTs were very exclusive and a part of BMW’s proud history.
Each BMW M3 GT came in British Racing Green, a peculiar choice when the traditional German national racing colors were white with red numbers. Subtle changes differentiate the M3 GT from the base BMW M3, such as the larger spoiler on the rear deck and the lightweight alloy wheels. Other exterior features that make the GT unique over the base M3 are a lowered suspension, new wheels, and front and rear splitters.
The interior of every 1994 BMW M3 was Mexico Green color to match the exterior paint. Nothing was removed from the interior of the GT, so everything that the base M3 has, the GT has as well. The options list includes CFC-free air conditioning, a driver’s airbag, remote control anti-theft system, electronic front windows, heated door locks, mirrors and screen washer nozzles, suede trim, and an on-board trip computer. Other options include an electric sun-roof, electronically adjustable front seats, cruise control, and a trunk-mounted 6 CD changer. The 1994 BMW M3 carries a full size spare wheel and tire under the floor cover in the trunk.
BMW M3 GT’s have 3.0-liter inline-six cylinder engines that produce 291 horsepower at 7,000 rpm and 238 lb-ft of torque at 3,900 rpm. Power is then transmitted to the wheels through a five-speed manual gearbox. The 1994 BMW M3 GT has a top speed electronically limited to 155 mph.
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