The BMW M3 Coupe is just one of the many outcomes in its class. This vehicle is a 4-seater (1 driver and 3 passengers) vehicle that is aimed at wowing crowds at racetracks. The latest among them (2012) features a wide array of equipment for convenience, safety, and best performance. Internet connection is probably one of the newest things to come into vehicles and BMW has incorporated this indispensable technology to their creations. Starting from the interior design, the standard trim for the BMW M3 Coupe is Titanium Shadow (the color name), and the upholstery is a combination of either cloth or leather. Saving fuel is one of the biggest concerns now, and this saves on both fuel expenses and carbon emissions, especially since the engineers have incorporated a Start/Stop function to the vehicle. This feature basically stops the vehicle from burning fuel when the car is stationary and in is in the neutral gear. The driver must have also activated the clutch. Driver Assistance provides the Cruise Control. Two other systems that can aid in driving are the High-Beam Assistant and Park Distance Control, the latter two are optional and do not come along with the stock vehicle.
Lighting is pretty much typical for the BMW M3 Coupe except for the addition of a Headlight Washing System. Other optional systems that can be added are the Rain Sensor and the Adaptive Headlights. Internally, the temperature and oxygen are monitored by the AAC and AAR systems. The upholstery, mats, carpets, and headrests are engineered to make sure that everyone inside is comfortable. For connectivity of the BMW M3 Coupe, it comes with a wide array of accessories such as internet access, Apps store, and the ability to connect an iphone. Again, these features will have to be specified upon purchase of the vehicle as they are not included by default.