More Stories When you slobber over an engine that makes 225 hp and 214 lb.-ft. (290 Nm) of torque, what do you do for an upgraded version of the same engine that adds an incredible 108 hp? You see our superlative-deficit dilemma, then, with BMW AG’s mighty M3 engine. Like its lesser-powered 3L brother, it enjoys all the straight-6 attributes that have over the years turned our supposedly impartial judges into veritable BMW engine groupies, yet increases horsepower to such ...

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