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BMW M Style Pre Designed White Steering Wheel

White Steering Wheel

The BMW M Style Pre Designed White Steering Wheel is the third and final version of the steering wheel for the F-Chassis BMW M3. The steering wheel is designed with a white leather center section that matches the interior color of the car. The steering wheel is also trimmed with silver M badges, as well as an M logo on the front of the spokes.

In the United States, BMW offered this special Buy BMW steering wheels as part of a package called the Competition Package. The package included a black headliner, a sportier suspension with stiffer springs and a quicker ratio for the steering rack, and an “M track mode” for the electronic stability control that allowed higher thresholds before the system intervened. The wheels were enlarged to 19 inches in size, and the brakes were upgraded with larger front discs and calipers with larger pistons. Stiffer springs were used on the rear as well, and the car was fitted with a limited slip differential.

BMW also offered an optional Motorsport package, which included the Competition Package components and a few other upgrades. This package also included a carbon fiber instrument panel, aluminum shifter bezel and door trim panels, and a numbered plaque on the dash or engine strut denoting the car’s number. The M3 Motorsport package was not available in Canada, but a few Canadian M3 GTS cars were produced using a loophole that allowed low-volume imports of European-spec cars to be sold there.

BMW M Style Pre Designed White Steering Wheel

The E36 M3 GT racecar competed in several motorsport events, including the Deutsche Tourenwagen Meisterschaft and the European FIA GT Cup. The GT racecars were developed alongside the bodies-in-white of the regular M3 road car at the BMW Regensburg plant, and they resembled the production version very closely. The M3 GT was the first BMW M car to be built as a racecar, and it led to the formation of the BMW Motorsport GmbH racing division.

The M3 CSL was the first M3 to be built with a V8 engine. The engine (full model code S62B40) featured double-VANOS and variable valve timing on both the intake and exhaust camshafts. This V8 was the first from BMW to use direct fuel injection, and it could produce 210 kW (286 PS; 286 hp) at 7,000 rpm and 320 Nm (236 lbft) at 3,600 rpm. The CSL’s braking system was upgraded with larger brake discs and four-piston front brake calipers, and it used the driveshaft from the M5 and a twin-plate clutch. Its weight was reduced by the removal of air conditioning, a non-functional rear seat, polycarbonate side and rear windows, a lighter centre console, and the deletion of acoustic insulation.

One distinctive feature of BMW steering wheels is the incorporation of multifunction controls, strategically placed to ensure that the driver can easily access essential functions without taking their hands off the wheel. These controls enable the driver to manage various aspects of the driving experience, from adjusting audio volume and changing radio stations to making phone calls and activating cruise control. This seamless integration of technology into the steering wheel reflects BMW’s commitment to driver-centric design and safety.

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