The 420 horsepower M3-sourced V8 is pushed as far behind the front axle as possible for a front-mid engined layout, and you also get the 7-speed double clutch transmission with a self-locking differential from the M3. The suspension is a double wishbone set up with coil springs and anti-roll bars at both ends, while the rubber is 275 wide at the rear. It gets to 62mph for 4.4 seconds and have a top speed of 182 mph.

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via: jalopnik.com