2012 BMW M3 CRT (Carbon Racing Technology) featuring a blend of truly amazing. Developed by a team of experts and inspired by motor sport, which gives a sophisticated drive system, a strong chassis technology, and a lightweight design. It is also the worldwide debut of the production process for carbon fiber reinforced plastic (CFRP) components in the automotive industry. This process allows the CFRP will be introduced widely to the construction of the BMW M3 performance cars made by BMW M GmbH Factory. This introduction aims to provide a weight-to-power ratio to 3.5 kilograms per horsepower. V8 engine with high-revving characteristics produces 331 kW/450 hp, and the 2012 BMW M3 CRT accelerates from 0-100 km / h in just 4.4 seconds.
Under the CFRP hood of the BMW M3 CRT there are several variants of the V8 engine developed exclusively for the BMW M3 with a further increase in displacement, and provide maximum torque. The high-revving unit provides linear power than you expected and display profiles that are responsive performance on demand within the race track. Tuned for the BMW M3 GTS, with eight-cylinder engine also produces 331 kW/450 hp from its displacement 4.360 cc. Maximum output that can be produced achieve the 8300 rpm, and the driver will find a peak torque of 440 Newton meters at 3750 rpm.
The creation of the 2012 BMW M3 CRT chassis technology does give a sense of really fun. The construction of front and rear axle BMW M3 has been enhanced by a rigid rear axle subframe and coilover suspension dampers whose are individually adjustable in their compression and rebound. Equipped with six-piston, fixed-caliper with high performance brakes of the BMW M3 CRT provides a low-weight compound construction. Brake discs measuring 378 x 32 millimeters at the front axle and 380 x 28 millimeters at the rear. The new M3 variant also uses Stahlflex brake lines and model-specific brake pads comfort.
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