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BMW Individual High End Audio System for a perfect experience in acoustics.
The new BMW M3 Saloon comes as standard with a high-class audio system and with various navigation systems available as an option.
Various navigation systems, the BMW Online mobile internet portal, the BMW Assist telematics service and BMW TeleServices for wireless transmission of service-relevant data to the customer’s BMW Service Partner are all available as additional options. As yet a further option the new BMW M3 Saloon may also be fitted with the BMW Individual High End Audio System developed by BMW M GmbH and tailored exclusively to this very special car. In this case no less than 16 high-performance loudspeakers with neodym magnetic drive and extremely stiff hexacone membranes, a digital nine-channel amplifier with maximum output of 825 W and extra-precise frequency switches guarantee incomparable quality of sound. A feature absolutely unique in the world of motoring is Dirac Live technology serving to process the sound signals. This special technology corrects the loudspeaker pulse response, ensuring linear and exactly timed reproduction of sound within the interior. Indeed, the quality of sound and the precise pulse control in the playback process guaranteed in this way will thrill not only the driver, but all occupants in the new BMW M3 Saloon, offering an extremely entertaining and dynamic experience of sound. Over and above this top-end technology, an optimum listening experience is ensured in all situations by speed-related volume control and speed-related equalising.
The BMW Individual High End Audio System is masterminded by the iDrive Controller, with its basic functions being controlled, as with all entertainment systems, by the audio control buttons on the centre console.


A BMW M3 at first sight, a four-door-saloon the second time around.
Only rarely does a wider choice of models make the final decision easier – but precisely this is the case with the new BMW M3: Extending the M3 model family to two body versions, BMW M GmbH is now able to focus once again on an even larger target group for the Company’s high-performance sports cars. Following the tradition of all BMW M Models, the M3 Coupé from the start offers everything required to enjoy unique driving dynamics on the road. And although the BMW M3, in its dynamic power and performance, can only be used in full on the race track, this outstanding new car clearly stands for particularly fascinating driving pleasure also in city traffic and on country roads through its impressive supremacy alone. Especially since the motorist who so far did not opt for a BMW M3 due to the restriction to two doors and four seats can now enjoy a genuine alternative: the BMW M3 Saloon. With their unique style and character in each case, both variants of the BMW M3 achieve the same objective: to offer superior performance and, as a result, a truly unique driving experience based on high-technology derived from motorsport.
Through their unique and very different character, both versions of BMW M3 achieve the same goal, using supreme technology derived from motorsport for outstanding performance and a unique driving experience on the road. Indeed, in its ability to arouse utmost enthusiasm, the BMW M3 Saloon has just as much to offer as the Coupé, ensuring a fascinating driving experience at all times through its objectively measurable performance as well as the driver’s subjective feeling. While the BMW M3 Saloon is of course first and foremost a BMW M Car, it also comes with additional functional qualities making the car a unique personality. So particularly the sporting and ambitious driver seeking the very best in terms of performance, reliability, design and quality will enjoy the right choice when opting for the BMW M3. And precisely which of the two variants he – or she – ultimately chooses, is of course always a question of personal style.

Last Updated on Monday, 12 April 2010 14:37  

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