BMW South Africa’s Motorsport division created the 333i in 1985 by fitting the 3.2 L M30 “big six” engine to a coup? E30. The resulting 333i was a success in South African saloon car racing. These cars were built with help from Alpina in Buchloe, Germany. Due to the space constraints caused by the large M30 engine, the buyer was forced to choose between air conditioning (vital in South Africa) and power steering. The 333i was produced from 1985 to 1987 and only 204 cars were produced.
The 333i engine produces 145 kW (194 hp) at 5500 rpm and 285 N?m (210 lb?ft) at 4300 rpm. BMW’s official performance claims are 0?100 km/h (0?62 mph) in 7.4 seconds, and a top speed of 228 km/h (142 mph). porsche wallpapers, lamborghini, buick wallpapers, BMW 3 Series wallpapers, volvo wallpapers
(Toyota Yaris)Fourth generation (XP210; 2020?present)
The fourth generation Yaris hatchback for the Japanese and European markets had been seen testing in July 2019 at the N?rburgring circuit in Germany. It was unveiled simultaneously on 16 October 2019 in Japan and Amsterdam, Netherlands. It is based on the TNGA-B platform. Its development was led by chief engineer Yasunori Suezawa and chief hybrid engineer Takashi Uehara. It is scheduled to go on sale in Japan starting on 10 February 2020, while the petrol 4WD model is scheduled to go on sale starting in April 2020. Trim levels for the Japanese market are X, G and Z.
In Japan, a sharp drop in sales prompted Toyota to rebrand the Vitz as Yaris in order to expand its middle-aged customer base. Toyota Yaris wallpapers#pagani #Nissan350Z #LamborghiniVeneno #BmwM3 #AudiRS3