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    nice.. pero mas pogi parin coupe same front na sila ng coupe dito ah

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    Quote Originally Posted by wilcats View Post
    nice.. pero mas pogi parin coupe same front na sila ng coupe dito ah
    Yup, I guess this further differentiates the M3 sedan from the rest of the 3-series sedan models.

    The regular 2008/09 3-series might get the coupe's rounded grill, but based on the spy photo, it will retain the old sedan lights.

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    Not much modification with the current M3.. but still nice.

    What with the buldge on hood?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JMV View Post
    What with the buldge on hood?
    For the 420PS 4.0 liter V8...


    The coupe M3 also has a hood bulge...
    Last edited by AG4; October 8th, 2007 at 09:42 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AG4 View Post
    For the 420PS 4.0 liter V8...
    Which actually fits below the hood.

    But the M3 does use the bulge for some extra cooling, and as a reminder that it has a honking big engine inside that engine-bay.

    Ang pagbalik ng comeback...

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    The coupe really looks better, the front of the M3 sedan doesn't flow quite smoothly with the rest of the car. Still it looks good and I'd still take it over the C63AMG.

    ^^I Like that picture of the M3 coupe.

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    "yo' wuts with the buldge?"

    "Just pop the Hood..."

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    Quote Originally Posted by niky View Post
    Which actually fits below the hood.

    But the M3 does use the bulge for some extra cooling, and as a reminder that it has a honking big engine inside that engine-bay.
    Nah I think it's for the "M V8" badge. Notice the bulge is roughly on top of where the badge would be.

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    Hmmm... to avoid scratching it when the engine starts up?

    Ang pagbalik ng comeback...

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2008 BMW M3 sedan