The most iconic M3 ever produced from 1985 to 1992. Harris did not have a standard model but a Sport Evolution, produced by BMW to obtain consent to participate in international championships. Identified as EVO3, it is equipped with a 238-hp 2.46-liter engine. Aesthetically it differs from the other E30 M3s with its extended front grille, an adjustable splitter, and a more generous rear wing. In addition, the brake cooling ducts are installed in place of the fog lights.