2003 BMW 325i (E46) N/A Modded Races at BMW Performance Center

To see a far better lap several sessions later, check it out: http://youtu.be/MfytV1p5fck BMW CCA sponsored track day at the BMW Performance Center 2012. This was my final and fastest lap of the day at 1:39:2. To see a far better lap several sessions later, check it out: http://youtu.be/MfytV1p5fck

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Cantik bgt bro... The BMW E46 is the fourth generation of the 3 Series compact executive cars produced by BMW, produced from 1998 when it succeeded the BMW E36. The E46 was released in May 1998 to worldwide markets in the sedan body style. In 1999, a coupé and touring body style became available to all markets, and the sedan was released in the United States. A convertible and hatchback body style was released in 2000, the latter only for Europe, South Africa, Australia and New Zealand. The E46 experienced enormous success in all markets and was widely considered the performance benchmark of its class.[5] The record selling year for the E46 chassis was 2002, when 561,249 vehicles were sold worldwide.[6] The main competitors during the E46's production run were the Acura TL, Alfa Romeo 156, Audi A4, Infiniti G, Lexus IS, Mercedes-Benz C-Class, Saab 9-3 and the Volvo S60. BMW M GmbH produced a high-performance variant of the E46 chassis, designated the M3. This version had a larger, more powerful engine, sportier suspension, a limited slip differential, and various aesthetic modifications. The M3 was released in 2001 and was available in coupé and convertible body styles. It was offered with two transmissions: a standard 6-speed manual or an optional sequential manual gearbox. Contents Design Exterior design Flexible electronics design Powertrain and engine design Petrol engines Diesel engines Model badging 316 318 320 323 328 325 330 Trim levels United States market Premium package (ZPP) Sport package (ZSP) Cold weather package (ZCW) Performance package (ZHP) Other markets ES SE Sport / M Sport M Clubsport Luxury package Initial release BMW Alpina B3 3.3 (1999-2006) Model nomenclature "i" "xi" Alpina B3S 3.4 "d" "Ci" "Cd" "iT" "ti" "td" SULEV M3 CSL North American competition package (ZCP) Motorsport Gallery Alarm for Cobra 11 References External links Design