The BMW M Coupe was first introduced as a shooting brake based on the M Roadster in 1998. Catalytic converters that were mounted closer to the engines that were sourced from the M3 in North American cars made after 2000 made them slightly less powerful than that of European models. Nevertheless, its rare body style, described by many as like a "clown shoe", made it struggle to find buyers, with only around 3,000 sold in total in North America, and is sought after by collectors today.
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Image date: September 2008