BMW recently showcased a limited edition version of their M3 sedan at this year’s M Night event at Nurburgring 24-hour race. The M3 CRT utilizes carbon fiber technology to reduce weight, achieving a weight-to-power ratio of 7.7 pounds per horsepower in the process. The CRT saves about 99 pounds over the standard M3 sedan, with power still coming from the 450-hp V8, allowing the BMW M3 CRT to go from 0 to 62 mph in 4.4 seconds.
The interior’s been really did up with plenty of carbon fiber accents and two-tone detailings and bucket seats that are made from a cellular carbon honeycomb. Only 67 units of the M3 CRT will be made, with availability in the European market rumored to be at €130,000 EUR for the vehicle.