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The New Class was a line of compact sedans and coupes starting with 1962. Powered by BMW's celebrated four-cylinder M10 engine, the New Class models had a fully independent suspension, MacPherson struts in front, and front disc brakes. Initially a family of four-door sedans and two-door coupes. The upscale 2000C and 2000CS coupes were replaced by the six-cylinder BMW E9, introduced in 1969 with the 2800CS.
A 2-seater roadster and coupe which succeeded the BMW Z3, the BMW Z4 has been sold since 2002. the X6 is marketed as a "Sports Activity Coupe" by BMW. E36/8 refers to the coupe variant of the Z3 which was released in 1999. The coupe version, however, featured a chassis-stiffening hatch area, and only had 2.8 L, 3.0 L and 3.2 L (Z3M) engines available. The Z3M is often referred to as the M Roadster or M Coupe and can be identified as different from the standard Z3.
The BMW M Coupe Millennium Edition was made by BMW Technik in 2000 for Auto Motor Und Sports Magazine, and one example was made and could be obtained by a draw. A safety car variant of the Z3M Coupe was also produced by the BMW M division. The BMW M Coupe was chosen as one of "Hammond's Icons" by Top Gear in 2011.
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