|M3 Sport Evolution (E30)|
|467 393 573 436|
|2.5L Inline-4 (S14B23)|
|235 bhp @ 7,000 RPM|
|177 lb·ft @ 4,750 RPM|
The first generation of the BMW M3 Sport Evolution, named the E30, was introduced in 1986, and was based on the E30 3-Series. Production of the M3 Sport Evolution (III) started in 1990, with only 600 exemplars made.
The M3 Sport Evolution is powered by a 2.5L S14B23 Inline-4 engine which can produce 235bhp at 7,000 RPM. Production of the M3 E30 ended in 1992, where it was succeeded by the M3 E36.
The "White" edition of the E30 was released on November 8th, 2011. It comes pre-equipped with Amerikon Speedsystems street tuned parts.
The "Brezeln" edition was released on September 18th, 2012, along with the Oktoberfest update. It features a unique Oktoberfest-themed livery, various aftermarket parts, and comes pre-equipped with Gromlen race tuned parts and 2-star Skill Mods.
The "Red" edition was released on May 30th 2013 and was the Cash variant of the E30. It features no pre-equipped parts.
For Pursuit Outrun and Team Escape, the BMW M3 Sport Evolution can be used as a good escape vehicle despite its light weight. It can ram roadblocks and also dodge rhinos, because of the responsive handling the E30 has. Because of its narrow body, it is also able to thread through roadblocks. However, in a collision with a rhino, the E30s rear can slide out, and it will be brought to a halt. But due to the E30s acceleration it can quickly regain any lost speed.
|White||565||536 668 492|
| Amerikon Speedsystems|
|Red||467||393 573 436|
|Brezeln||610||602 711 517|
|Glint wide||Stock||Verge||RS-GT 17"||Stock||Smoke Blackout||Stage 3||NRDSHLF|
Skill Mod DetailsEdit
|14 %||14 %||19 %||19 %||9 %|
|Verge|| Standard - 450 |
Carbon Fiber - Unavailable
|1-Series M Coupe • 135i Coupe • 3.0 CSL GR.5 • M1 Procar • M3 E92 • M3 GTR E46 (Street) • M3 GTS • M3 Sport Evolution • M6 Convertible • M6 Coupe • Z4 GT3 • Z4 M Coupe|
|M3 GTR E46 (Race)|