BMW have just released some new official images of the latest M3, and while it may not be my favourite version of the M3 (Iâ€™ll take an E46 thanksâ€¦) the new E92 V8 M3 has been selling up a storm in the UK. So much so, that the 2007 year UK allocation of 700 units is sold out.
In UK money, each car was ordered with an average of Â£4700 worth of options taking the average price of each car sold to Â£55,325 or the equivalent of $AU 134,000 which leaves plenty of scope for the good old Oz government to get a big slice of your hard earned before you take delivery of your Australian delivered M3. Expect Oz delivered M3â€™s to cost upwards of $165,000 â€“ before options are added.
It is expected that 2008 will see up to 2000 M3 variants sold in the UK, as the M3 sedan and M3 hard-top convertible versions become available. All up, not a bad start for the latest Bavarian bahn-stormer.