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In addition to the roadster version of the Z3, BMW also released a coupé featuring a chassis-stiffening rear hatch area, though the Shooting-brake styling this gave was controversial. The coupé was available as the Z3 Coupé from 1999 to 2002 or as the BMW Motorsport-enhanced M Coupé from 1999 to 2002.
The Z3 coupés were only available with the largest 6-cylinder engine offered in the Z3 roadster: the 2.8 L in 1999 and 2000 and the 3.0 L in 2000 for Europe and in 2001 for the US. The 1999 and 2000 M models were equipped with the 3.2 L S50 (S52 for North America) motor from the E36 BMW M3, while all the 2001 and 2002 models came with the S54 motor from the E46 BMW M3.

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I hate the Z3 soft-top, and I used to think this car looked really weird, but it has definitely grown on me in the past few years.

If I could find one (don't know how common they are, I have never seen one in the flesh) I would seriously consider going to great lengths to buy it.

Super cool
Bleh, I've seen a few in the flesh around here and everytime I do it's just awkward. It's like a McLaren SLR only without the sleekness to the design.
"I cant fit enough groceries/dildos/other unneeded things in my tiny z3 convertable, And I'm really tired of people telling me it looks really good the way it is"

"Have we got a car for you!"
That car looks ridiculous.
Every time I see one I laugh... immediately before I start crying
Crazy-fendered S54-powered 2-seat RWD manual-only shoe-car FTW.
I think "the shoe" look fantastic. It's like nothing else on the road.
When I played NFS High Stakes I always used to use the Z3, all the time. It was one of my favorites
The M-coupe is really cool.
Why the fuck is this in frozen? Moved to cool.
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