A BMW M3 sedan has an M TwinPower Turbo six-cylinder engine that outputs 431 horsepower. Combined with 406 pound-feet of torque, this horsepower accelerates the vehicle to 60 miles per hour in 4.1 seconds.
The BMW M3 series has three chassis options: convertible, coup and saloon. The first model, the E30, debuted in 1986 with 250 horsepower. The 1992 E36 M3 is capable of 282 horsepower, and the 2000 E46 M3 has a top-end output of 343 horsepower. Through 2007, BMW produced the E90 M3, E92 M3 and E93 M3. The final M3 was produced in 2013, after which BMW dropped the M3 label in favor of the M4 coupe, as of 2015.