The M3 Pickup is a one-off custom variant of the M3 which was based on the E93 M3 convertible and publicly announced on April Fool’s Day in 2011. It was used as a workshop transport vehicle for BMW M GmbH, replacing their E30 M3 pickup version after 26 years of use. The vehicle was assembled by M GmbH’s employees, as well as interns and engineering students. mazda wallpapers, lamborghini, mazda wallpapers, BMW M3 wallpapers, buick wallpapers
The elimination of Group B from the World Rally Championship signified the end of Nissan’s FJ24-powered 240RS. The FJ20ET-powered Silvia RS-X of 1986 would have been Nissan’s first choice, however there was an insufficient number of that exact trim sold in Japan to meet the WRC’s Homologation requirements (minimum 5000 units). Nissan had to quickly find a car to replace the 240RS.
The North American 1987 200SX SE V6 was chosen and competed in 1986-89 as a 200SX. Nissan’s creation and choice of this car ensured they could sell 5000 cars required for WRC Homologation. The S12 “SE” trim’s V6 held the only real appeal to the North American market, allowing Nissan to sell right at 5000 cars to a single specification. The V6 was a very unusual choice as the WRC was dominated by 4-cylinder 2.0 L turbocharged engines, although for similar reasons Toyota entered WRC with the 6-cylinder Supra at the same time. The 200SX achieved a first place in the 1988 Ivory coast rally and second place for two years running in the very challenging Safari Rally 1988 and Safari Rally 1989.
Mark Skaife won the 1987 Australian 2.0 Litre Touring Car Championship driving a Nissan Gazelle entered by the Nissan Motor Company. Nissan Silvia wallpapers#PorscheMacan #Volvo #Porsche #subaru #AudiRS3