BMW M3 E30 Sport Evolution


The E30 was the first BMW M3 to come out of Bavaria, with the first rolling off the line in 1986. In 1990, BMW introduced the M3 Sport Evolution, a limited-production car – only 600 were ever built - which was powered by a 2.5-liter inline four-cylinder engine that kicks out 235 horsepower and has a top speed of 154 mph. In 2007, the Sport Evolution was rated the top ‘M’ series BMW of all time by Evo magazine, high praise considering how far the ‘M’ has come since the first M3.


Engine Specifications
2.5L Inline 4
235 HP
177 LB/FT
0 - 60 MPH
6.1 sec
Top Speed
154 MPH