BMW 335 : 0-60 ?

Discussion in 'European Cars' started by amenasce, Dec 7, 2006.

  1. 5.3s

    EDIT: 335i Coupe
  2. -2.4s, fastest accelerating car in the world.
  3. Because it can go back in time and give itself a headstart?
  4. Nice. I was reading some people on forums saying it could do 4.8s but that would be way to fast ..
  5. that's probably closer to the new M3 when we see it
  6. Doubt that figure. Most places have been doing over 5.5s on average. 5.3s is the best so far apparently.
  7. I've seen 5.6-5.3s
  8. As fast as a 997 ?
  9. That is insanely quick, considering it's not the full on M3.
  10. No, I think I've seen ~4.2-4.5 for the 997. Maybe one even quicker (by R&T, no less).
  11. R&T, 997S: 3.9 and 4.4

    edmunds, 997S: 4.5

    C&D, 997: 4.3
    C&D, 997S: 4.1
  12. Mine doesnt feel that fast !
  13. U living in the US now?
  14. Yup, in Chicago.
  15. Here it's being advertised as capable of doing 5.3 seconds to 62mph...
  16. This is from BMW.

    335i Coupe

    Horsepower/Torque 300/300

    0-60 5.3 (5.5)

    335i Sedan

    Horsepower/Torque 300/300

    0-60 5.4 (5.6)

  17. The 0-60 will be better on the 911, but through the midrange, the 911's rear weight advantage might let up. I wouldn't be surprised if the gap stopped widening after just a few seconds. All in all though, yes a WICKED fast non-M BMW. makes one wonder what the M3 will do <A BORDER="0" HREF=""><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="pitlane/emoticons/smile.gif"></A>
  18. Considering the best to average times for the M5 were 4.6-4.9 seconds, the new M3 should comfortably be a low 4 second car.
  19. I've read several magazines record 5 flat
  20. Wow that is almost as good as a E46 M3.
  21. Yeah, I remember the people who test drove it were amazed that it was only .2 away from the M3. I think the quarter was the same as well, only about .2 off (13.5).
  22. This is one of the reasons I can't wait for the new M3.

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