Get behind the keyboard of an M3 with BMW's new game - and it's free
17 September 2007

BMW's giving us all the chance to drive the new M3, for free, at the Nurburgring. Of course, there is a catch; you only get to do so from the safety of your home PC.Still, this PC game from BMW comes with the genuine sounds of the new M3's 414bhp V8, so it's not all bad. And while there's only one track, it is the Nurburgring grand prix circuit. You can spec the car to your liking before you begin, and then it's just a matter of adjusting to the prospect of opposite lock on the arrow keys. If you're really keen, PC gaming wheels are compatible. And if you're really, really keen, a new M3 starts at £50,625 (but you'll have to wait until well into 2008 for delivery).

Click here to download the BMW M3 Challenge.

Our Verdict

BMW M3 Coupé

The latest generation BMW M3 isn't as thrilling as the original E30 M3, but it's still mighty

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