This 2007 BMW M Coupe, though some people also use "Z4M," performs fantastically and produces an exhilarating driving experience. Its 3.2-liter, straight six engine delivers 330 horsepower and sends its power to the rear wheels through an exclusive ZF 6-speed short throw manual shifter, a beefy limited-slip rear differential, sport-tuned springs and dampers. The M Coupe’s components include a stability control system, traction control, rear anti-roll-bar mounting points, front control arms, and vented and cross-drilled rotors clamped by single-piston calipers, and a tire-pressure monitor. Antilock disc brakes are the same as those used for the old M3's Competition package, and they come with BMW's automatic brake-disc drying. This rare vehicle (only 1815 M Coupes; 52 cars with red exterior) has the Premium package, which includes xenon HID headlights, leather sport seats and a 10-speaker audio system with a CD/MP3 player, auto-dimming mirrors, power seats with driver memory, BMW Assist, Bluetooth connectivity and cruise control. Additional options on this M coupe include heated seats, wood interior trim, higher-grade interior leather, and a BMW car cover. The cockpit features a pair of aggressively bolstered sport seats, a chubby 3-spoke M edition steering wheel and a Motorsport-spec tachometer with a variable redline that settles at 8,000 rpm when the oil is fully warmed up. The speedometer reads to 180 mph, but the car's computer will cut you off at 155 mph. The 18-inch wheels and 225/45 front and 255/40 rear have Michelin Pilot Super Sport performance tires. Twist the key and the engine zings to life with a broad torque band that thrusts the car forward. Several car collectors have proudly owned, garaged and taken exceptional care of this vehicle. Every inch of this car is as clean as the day it arrived in America. Maybe you will be the next proud owner of this M Coupe.