In 1999 BMW unveiled its concept for the E46 M3. It would enter production without many changes in 2000, and it immediately stole the hearts of critics and enthusiasts alike. It earned a reputation for its exceptional handling and performance, translating to both road and track applications. The S54 that powered this new M3 would be the final and most widely adored inline-6 engine to power a BMW M car. It produced 333 horsepower and sent power through either a Getrag 6-speed transmission or a BMW-developed SMG II automated manual.
This example is equipped with the highly desirable 6-speed, which truly brings the sporty convertible to life. It is finished in Stahl Grey Metallic over Grey Nappa leather, a truly stunning color combination that suits the styling of the E46 platform well. With only 55,723 miles accumulated since 2002, this M3 is an excellent example of a true Bavarian legend. It drives perfectly, with all electrical and mechanical components functioning as designed. The automatic convertible top retracts quickly, allowing you to enjoy the open air in a matter of seconds. The car remains entirely stock with the addition of CSL style carbon fiber splitters, adding to a slightly more aggressive front fascia.