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By Chris Chilton
20 July 2006 16:41
That's right, but this one's a bit more sophisticated than the Z3-based version from the late 1990s. It's got the current M3's multi-award-winning straight six and no trace of the old M roadster's ancient semi-trailing arm rear suspension.
It's certainly more discreet than the old M whose bulging arches and steamroller wheels meant it could never be confused for a weedy 1.9 Z3. But there are clues if you look hard enough: the quad exhausts at the rear, a light sprinkling of M badges, a couple of creases in the bonnet and a greedy-looking front bumper. The chunky sports seats wear an embossed M logo and the fat steering wheel looks like a big wurst.
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