The second-generation BMW M Coupé was released under the Z4 designation and had a unique fastback coupé design. The Z4M is powered by the S54B32, the same engine found in the E46 M3. Unlike the M3, the Z4M had to use a different 6-speed manual transmission from ZF since the original one did not fit in the chassis. The same limited slip differential from the M3 was also carried over, as well as the rear subframe, braking system, and numerous suspension components. The brake disks, including the aluminum hubs, stainless steel pins, and cross drilled iron floating rotors came from the E46 M3 CSL. The E86 was the last BMW M Coupé and production ended in 2008 with a total of 4,275 units.
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