If you could indulg me for a second, with apologies in advance....
There are no special M cars. There are cars with M-Technic accessories, but
none of these ever bore an M badge from factory. It is an abomination to
apply an M badge to a 325e -- e=eta, which means less power, more torque,
4500rpm redline instead of 6800, reduced emmissions. Hardly an M car.
An E30 M3 has flared fenders, a BMW Motorsport 4-cylinder engine, and 5-lug
wheels, among many other differences. There are no other versions on the
The M badges have just been stuck on, it is not a M3. If it was an M3
it would not be called a 325e it would be called an M3. If it was an M3
on the engine it would have "M Power" written on it. If it was an M3, I
think, you'd know about it, as it would have cost you a lot, lot more
than a 325 and would be a lot, lot faster and your insurance would be a
lot, lot higher. It would also say "M3" on the registration
certificate, service history, etc.
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