It received a slightly reworked chassis as well as a mild power increase over the original M3 (E30) following a new more efficient air intake, new pistons, lightened flywheel, and a reprogrammed engine management system.
The M3 (E30) was originally intended as a limited homologation model for the historic Group A racing class, as it received extensive performance upgrades such as heavily revised body work. It soon became a standard production model sports car between 1986 and 1991 by BMW's motorsport division after becoming highly sought-after.
The model spawned a series of 'Evolution' homologation models to meet new racing regulations, with the Evolution II designed as a homologation special for the 1988 DTM car.
Need for Speed (2015)
The M3 Evolution II can be purchased for 41,800 in Need for Speed (2015).
|Stock||0-60 mph: 06.93 s||1/4 mile: 15.36 s @ 98 mph (158 km/h)||Top Speed: 151 mph (243 km/h)||Power: 217 hp|
|Fully Upgraded||0-60 mph: 02.19 s||1/4 mile: 08.93 s @ 171 mph (275 km/h)||Top Speed: 227 mph (365 km/h)||Power: 1,026 hp|
Need for Speed: Payback
- ↑ Video: CROWNED (2017) NFS Payback - Offroad Race (8 Cars Listed). Available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o_Z8K7hzKUg