2018-2019 BMW M3 Sedan in the tuning of the RS Racingteam

2018-2019 BMW M3 Sedan in the tuning of the RS Racingteam

Sports sedan 2018-2019 BMW M3 is able to meet all of its racing ambitions unsophisticated technology motorsport owner. For frequent races on the track requires a serious car preparation. The company RS Racingteam demonstrated what happens if from ‘M’ matches do professional racer.


2018-2019 BMW M3 from RS Racingteam different from the sedan version of the sink. RS-M3 package provides for the reduction of the car weight by 190 kg, which struck in the first interior. The standard seats have been replaced by sports bucket seat with 6-point safety belts, removed part of the decoration or replaced with parts from carbon fiber. Inside, there was mandatory for race car roll cage and a sport steering wheel.

The technical part of the attention is drawn to the emergence Bilstein suspension with ten regulations and more efficient braking system. Power 4-liter V-8 engine 2018-2019 BMW M3 RS Racingteam makes 450 horsepower at 8,300 rpm with a torque of 431 Nm at 4100 rpm at a per minute.

Sedan accelerates to a hundred kilometers per hour in 4.6 seconds, a mark 200 submits car for 14.7 seconds and top speed is 300 km / h. Goes Racing 2018-2019 BMW M3 in the lungs of 19-inch forged wheels ATS-Superlight with low-profile sport tires.

RS Racingteam offers two vehicle modifications.

  1. One of them is intended solely for races at racetracks and can not be operated on public roads. There is such a sedan 80,000 euros or 107,000 dollars.
  2. Road (street-legal) version of the 2018-2019 BMW M3 RS Racingteam will cost the buyer in the 110,000 euros or 147,000 dollars.

It should be noted that the most attractive option for buyers with racing ambitions before was the coupe and not a sedan M3. Bavarians even released a limited series of Lime Rock Park then Edition is , ideal for motorists spending weekends at the race tracks. In the US, the car can be bought for 71,000 dollars and not experience difficulties operating ban on ordinary roads.

Picture 2018-2019 BMW M3 from RS Racingteam