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|engine size:||3L NA I6 double overhead cam (DOHC) 24V|
|Exterior color:||Alpine White|
The M-Roadster was introduced in 1997 as the high performance version of the BMW Z3. The most significant cosmetic difference between the M-Roadster, including the M-Coupe, is the substantially flared rear quarter-panels ("fender flares") and the correspondingly offset rear wheels. Additional differences compared to the standard Z3 models included front and rear bumpers, gills, quad exhaust, trunk and mirrors.