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BMW M3

BMW M3
RM720,990.00
Brand: BMW
Category: Cars
  • Fuel Type: Petrol
  • Engine Power: 2993 cc
  • Seat: 5 Seats
  • Top Speed: 250 kmph
  • Transmission: Automatic

Full Specifications

Basic

Dealership A car dealership in Malaysia is a business that sells new and used cars to consumers. These dealerships typically operate as authorized representatives of specific automotive brands, such as Toyota, Honda, Ford, etc. They may also offer a variety of services, including financing options, vehicle maintenance, and after-sales support. AUTO BAVARIA (KUALA LUMPUR)
+60320564288
362, Jalan Tun Razak, Kuala Lumpur, 50400
Monthly Instalment To get accurate and up-to-date information on car monthly installment amounts in Malaysia, it's recommended to contact banks, financial institutions, or car dealerships directly. They can provide you with personalized quotes based on your financial situation and the specific details of the car you're interested in purchasing. RM 7,492 x 84
Down Payment Value Down payment requirements can vary depending on the car model, dealership, and financing terms. Typically, car down payments in Malaysia can range from 10% to 20% of the car's purchase price. It's essential to check with specific car dealerships or financial institutions for the most accurate and recent information. RM 144,200
Model A car model refers to a specific design or version of a vehicle produced by a manufacturer. Each car model typically has its own unique name, features, specifications, and styling. For example, within a car manufacturer's lineup, you might find multiple models such as sedans, SUVs, trucks, and sports cars, each with different variations and trim levels. Car models can vary in size, performance, fuel efficiency, technology features, and price range, catering to different preferences and needs of consumers. Examples of car models include the Toyota Camry, Ford Mustang, Tesla Model S, and BMW X5. M3 Competition 3.0L
available The availability of cars can vary depending on location, market demand, and the production schedules of automotive manufacturers. Generally, cars are available for purchase or lease from dealerships, online marketplaces, and private sellers. You can find a wide range of car models, brands, and types to suit different preferences and needs, including sedans, SUVs, trucks, hatchbacks, coupes, and electric vehicles. Additionally, car rental services offer temporary access to vehicles for specific durations, such as short-term travel or special events. Keep in mind that availability may be influenced by factors like inventory levels, the popularity of certain models, and regional regulations.

Size & Volume

Cargo Volume Car cargo volume refers to the amount of space available within a vehicle's interior for carrying luggage, groceries, sports equipment, or other items. It's usually measured in cubic feet or cubic meters and includes the space behind the rear seats, as well as any additional cargo space created by folding down or removing seats. 480 L
Front Headroom 1030 mm
Rear Tread The rear tread of a car refers to the width between the centerlines of the two rear wheels of the vehicle. It's essentially the distance between the two rear tires when measured horizontally. Rear tread, along with front tread (the distance between the two front wheels), contributes to the overall stability and handling of the vehicle. A wider rear tread can provide better stability, especially during cornering, while a narrower tread may offer advantages in certain driving conditions, such as reducing rolling resistance for improved fuel efficiency. 1605 mm
Gross Weight 2210 kg
Kerb Weight The kerb weight of a car refers to the total weight of the vehicle when it's fully equipped with all standard equipment, essential fluids such as oil and coolant, but excluding any passengers or cargo. Essentially, it's the weight of the car itself without any additional load. Kerb weight is an important specification as it affects various aspects of a vehicle's performance, such as acceleration, braking, fuel efficiency, and handling. It's often listed by manufacturers in vehicle specifications to provide buyers with an idea of the car's base weight before any additional items are added. 1805 kg
Width The width of a car refers to the measurement across the widest point of the vehicle when viewed from the side. It includes the width of the body of the car, including any mirrors or protrusions. Car widths can vary significantly depending on the make, model, and intended use of the vehicle. Compact cars tend to have narrower widths, making them easier to maneuver in tight spaces, while larger vehicles like SUVs and trucks typically have wider widths to accommodate more passengers and cargo. Specific dimensions can usually be found in the technical specifications provided by the manufacturer for each model. 2068 mm
Wheel Base The wheelbase of a car refers to the distance between the centers of the front and rear wheels. It's an essential measurement because it affects several aspects of a vehicle's performance, including stability, handling, and interior space. A longer wheelbase typically results in a smoother ride and better stability, especially at high speeds, as it reduces the tendency for the vehicle to pitch and roll. Additionally, a longer wheelbase often translates to more interior space, particularly in the rear seats. 2857 mm
No Of Doors The number of doors on a car refers to the openings through which passengers can enter and exit the vehicle. 4
Front Tread The front tread of a car refers to the width between the centerlines of the two front wheels. It's essentially the distance measured horizontally across the front axle of the vehicle. The front tread, along with the rear tread (the width between the centerlines of the two rear wheels), determines the overall width of the car. 1617 mm
Fuel Tank Capacity (litres) 59 L
Rear Headroom Rear headroom in a car refers to the vertical space available for occupants' heads in the back seats. It's an important dimension, especially for taller passengers, as it determines how comfortable they will be while seated in the rear of the vehicle. 961 mm
Length The length of a car refers to the distance from the front bumper to the rear bumper. Car lengths vary significantly depending on the make, model, and type of vehicle. 4794 mm
Height The height of a car refers to its vertical measurement from the ground to the highest point of the vehicle. Car heights can vary widely depending on the make, model, and type of vehicle. Generally, cars have heights ranging from around 4 to 6 feet (1.2 to 1.8 meters). However, this can vary significantly depending on factors such as whether it's a sedan, SUV, truck, or sports car, as well as design considerations like ground clearance and aerodynamics. SUVs and trucks tend to have higher heights compared to sedans and sports cars due to their larger size and elevated chassis. 1437 mm
Seating Capacity The seating capacity of a car refers to the maximum number of passengers it can comfortably accommodate. This number typically includes both the driver and the passengers. 5 Seats

Details Powertrain

Engine A car engine, also known as a motor, is the component of a vehicle responsible for converting fuel into mechanical energy. This energy is used to power the vehicle and drive its wheels. 3.0L Petrol Engine, 6 Cylinder 24 Valve DOHC
No Of Cylinders The number of cylinders in a car refers to the total count of cylindrical chambers where fuel combustion takes place. Each cylinder contains a piston that moves up and down, generating power through the combustion process. 6
Valve Configuration The valve configuration of a car engine refers to the arrangement and operation of the intake and exhaust valves within the engine's cylinder head. The valve configuration plays a crucial role in determining how efficiently the engine can intake air and fuel and expel exhaust gases during the combustion process. DOHC
Valves Per Cylinder The term valves per cylinder refers to the number of intake and exhaust valves that are present in each cylinder of an internal combustion engine. 4
Emission Car emissions refer to the gases and particles released into the atmosphere as a result of the combustion process in an automobile engine. These emissions primarily consist of carbon dioxide (CO2), carbon monoxide (CO), nitrogen oxides (NOx), hydrocarbons (HC), particulate matter (PM), and various other pollutants. Euro 6
Compression Ratio The compression ratio of a car engine is a measure of the volume of the combustion chamber when the piston is at the bottom of its stroke (the bottom dead center) compared to the volume when it's at the top of its stroke (the top dead center). In other words, it's the ratio of the volume of the combustion chamber when the piston is at its largest displacement to its smallest displacement. 9.3:1

Presentation

Fuel Type Malaysia primarily uses petrol (gasoline) and diesel as fuel types for cars. Petrol is commonly available in various octane ratings, such as RON95 and RON97, with RON95 being more widely used due to its lower cost. Diesel is also used for vehicles that run on diesel engines. Petrol
Power Car engine power refers to the ability of the engine to produce mechanical energy, typically measured in horsepower (hp) or kilowatts (kW). Engine power is a crucial factor in determining a car's performance, including its acceleration, top speed, and towing capacity. 510 hp
Engine Displacement Engine displacement, often referred to simply as displacement, is a measure of the total volume of all the cylinders in an internal combustion engine. It's usually measured in liters (L) or cubic centimeters (cc). 2993 cc
Torque Torque is a measure of the rotational force applied to an object, such as a car's wheels, to produce rotational motion. In the context of cars, torque is often referred to as engine torque, which is the twisting force generated by the engine's crankshaft. It's what allows the car to accelerate and overcome resistance, such as friction and gravity. 650 Nm
Acceleration Acceleration refers to the rate of change in velocity of an object over time. In the context of cars, acceleration specifically refers to how quickly a car can increase its speed from a standstill or from one speed to another. It's commonly measured in meters per second squared (m/s2) or in miles per hour per second (mph/s). 3.9 s
Fuel Consumption 9.6

Direction Control

Power Steering Power steering is a system in automobiles that helps drivers steer the vehicle more easily by using hydraulic or electric assistance. In traditional hydraulic power steering systems, a hydraulic pump driven by the engine helps to apply force to the steering mechanism, making it easier for the driver to turn the steering wheel, especially at low speeds or when stationary. Yes
Steering Column The steering column is a crucial component of a vehicle's steering system. It is a vertical shaft that connects the steering wheel to the steering mechanism of the vehicle, allowing the driver to control the direction of the vehicle by turning the wheel. Adjustable
Steering Gear Type Car steering gear refers to the mechanism responsible for controlling the direction of the vehicle. There are several types of steering gears used in cars, each with its own advantages and applications.  Rack & Pinion
Adjustable Steering Column Yes
Steering Type Car steering types refer to the mechanisms used to control the direction of the vehicle. Here are some common steering types: Rack and Pinion Steering, Recirculating Ball Steering, Power Steering, Electronic Power Steering (EPS), Four-Wheel Steering, Steer-by-Wire. Electric Power

Chassis Control Systems

Front Brake Type Cars commonly employ two types of front brake systems: disc brakes and drum brakes. Disc brakes and drum brakes. Ventilated Discs
Front suspension The front suspension of a car is the system of components that connects the front wheels to the vehicle's chassis or frame. Its primary function is to support the weight of the vehicle, absorb road shocks, and provide a smooth and stable ride for the occupants. Adaptive Suspension
Rear Brake Type Discs
Rear suspension The rear suspension of a car is the system of components that supports the rear axle or rear wheels and helps to absorb shocks and vibrations from the road surface, providing a smoother ride and better handling. Adaptive Suspension

Gearbox

Type Car gearboxes come in various types, each serving a specific purpose and offering different driving experiences. Here are some common types of car gearboxes: manual transmission (MT), automatic transmission (AT), continuously variable transmission (CVT), dual-clutch transmission (DCT), automated manual transmission (AMT), semi-automatic transmission, and sequential manual transmission (SMT). Automatic
Gear Box A car gearbox, also known as a transmission, is a vital component that transfers power from the engine to the wheels, allowing the vehicle to move forward or backward at varying speeds. It serves two primary functions: Gear Ratio Selection and Directional Control. 8-Speed
Drive Type RWD

Wheel assembly

Alloy Wheels Alloy wheels are wheels made from an alloy of aluminum or magnesium metals, as well as other elements. Yes
Alloy Wheel Size Car alloy wheel sizes vary depending on the make and model of the vehicle, as well as the preferences of the owner. Common alloy wheel sizes range from 14 inches to 22 inches in diameter, with widths typically ranging from 6 inches to 12 inches. 19 Inch
Tyre Type Car tires come in various types, each designed for specific purposes and driving conditions. Runflat
Tyre Size Car tire sizes can vary depending on the make and model of the vehicle, as well as the specific requirements of the manufacturer. Tire sizes are typically expressed in a standardized format, such as "205/55R16" or "265/70R17". 275/35 R19
Wheel Covers Car wheel covers, also known as hubcaps or wheel trims, are decorative covers that fit over the center of a car's wheels. No
Wheel Size Car wheel size refers to the diameter of the wheel, typically measured in inches. The wheel size is an important specification that affects various aspects of a vehicle's performance, including handling, ride comfort, and aesthetics. R19

Ease & Amenities.

Air Conditioner A car air conditioner is a system installed in an automobile that cools and dehumidifies the air inside the vehicle cabin. It works on the principle of refrigeration, similar to the air conditioning systems used in buildings but adapted for the smaller space and power constraints of a vehicle.
Heater A car heater is a component of the vehicle's HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) system designed to provide warmth to the interior cabin during cold weather. It works by using excess heat generated by the engine's cooling system to warm up the air that is circulated inside the car.
Ventilated Rear Seats Ventilated rear seats refer to seats in the back of a vehicle equipped with a ventilation system that helps keep passengers comfortable by circulating air through the seat cushions. This feature is designed to enhance comfort during travel, particularly in warm weather or for long journeys, by preventing passengers from becoming overheated or sweaty while sitting in the rear seats. Ventilated seats often have perforations or small openings in the seat surface through which air is circulated, and they may also include fans or air channels to distribute the airflow evenly.
Engine Start/Stop Button The Engine Start/Stop Button, often referred to simply as the Start Button, is a feature found in many modern cars. Instead of using a traditional key to start the engine, this button allows the driver to start or stop the engine with the push of a button.
Cup Holders-Front Front cup holders in a car are compartments or recessed areas designed to hold beverage cups, bottles, or cans within easy reach of the driver and front-seat passenger. They are typically located in the center console area between the driver and passenger seats or integrated into the dashboard design. Cup holders help prevent spills and provide a convenient place to store drinks while driving, allowing occupants to stay hydrated or enjoy beverages while on the go. Some modern cars may feature additional features such as adjustable sizes, heating or cooling functions, or illumination for cup holders to enhance their functionality and convenience.
Adaptive Cruise Control Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) is an advanced driver assistance system (ADAS) designed to enhance driving comfort and safety by automatically adjusting a vehicle's speed to maintain a safe following distance from the vehicle ahead. Unlike traditional cruise control systems that maintain a constant speed set by the driver, adaptive cruise control can automatically accelerate or decelerate based on the traffic conditions.
Automatic Headlamps Automatic headlamps, also known as automatic headlights or auto-dimming headlights, are a feature in modern cars that automatically turn on the vehicle's headlights when certain conditions are met. These conditions typically include low ambient light levels (such as at dusk or in dark tunnels) or when the windshield wipers are activated (indicating poor weather conditions).
Memory Seats Car memory seats are a feature found in many modern vehicles that allow drivers to save and recall their preferred seating positions. Instead of manually adjusting the seat, mirrors, and steering wheel each time they enter the car, the driver can program the desired settings into the memory system. This typically involves adjusting the seat's position, including factors like seat height, distance from pedals and steering wheel, and sometimes even lumbar support and seat angle. Once programmed, the system stores these settings and associates them with a specific key fob or driver profile.
Wireless Charger A car wireless charger is a device designed to charge compatible smartphones or other electronic devices without the need for a physical connection. It typically consists of a charging pad or dock installed within the car's interior, which utilizes electromagnetic induction to transfer power wirelessly to the device placed on it.
Glove Box Cooling Car glove box cooling refers to a feature in some vehicles where the glove compartment, traditionally used for storing items like gloves, manuals, or other small personal belongings, is equipped with a cooling mechanism. This feature allows the glove box to maintain a lower temperature than the surrounding cabin, similar to a refrigerator or cooler.
Ventilated Front Seats Ventilated front seats, also known as cooled seats, are a feature commonly found in modern cars, particularly in higher-end models. These seats are equipped with a built-in ventilation system that circulates air through the seat cushions and backrests to help keep occupants cool and comfortable, especially during hot weather or long drives.
Accessory Power Outlet A Car Accessory Power Outlet, commonly known as a cigarette lighter socket or power outlet, is a standard feature found in most vehicles. Originally designed to power electric cigarette lighters, these outlets have evolved to accommodate various electronic devices and accessories.
Bottle Holder A car bottle holder is a small compartment or attachment within a vehicle designed to securely hold bottles or beverage containers while driving. These holders come in various forms, including built-in compartments in the car's interior, fold-out holders attached to the dashboard or center console, or accessories that can be added to existing cup holders to accommodate bottles of different sizes and shapes. Car bottle holders are convenient for keeping drinks within easy reach of the driver and passengers during travel, helping to prevent spills and maintain a tidy vehicle interior.
Keyless Entry Keyless entry is a technology that allows you to unlock and lock your car doors remotely without using a traditional physical key. Instead of inserting a key into the door lock, keyless entry systems use electronic signals to communicate between the key fob or remote and the car's locking mechanism.
Power Windows Front Car power windows front refers to the front windows in a car that can be operated electronically rather than manually. Power windows allow the driver and passengers to open or close the windows with the push of a button, typically located on the door panel near the window. This feature adds convenience and ease of use, especially for adjusting windows while driving. It's a common feature in modern cars, offering comfort and control to the occupants.
Follow Me Home Headlamps Follow Me Home" headlamps are a feature in some vehicles where the headlights remain illuminated for a short period after the driver has exited the vehicle. This function helps illuminate the path to the driver's destination, such as their front door or entrance, after they have parked and locked the car. It enhances safety by providing visibility in dark or poorly lit areas, such as driveways, parking lots, or residential streets, reducing the risk of accidents or tripping hazards. The headlights automatically turn off after a predetermined time or when the driver unlocks the vehicle again.
Head-Up Display A Car Head-Up Display (HUD) is a transparent display that projects information onto the windshield of a vehicle, allowing the driver to view critical data without needing to take their eyes off the road. This technology originated in military aircraft but has become increasingly common in modern cars.
Air Quality Control Car air quality control refers to the systems and technologies implemented in vehicles to monitor and improve the quality of air inside the cabin. These systems are designed to ensure that passengers are breathing clean, fresh air while traveling.
Rear Reading Lamp A car rear reading lamp is a light fixture located in the interior of a vehicle, typically positioned above the rear seats. Its purpose is to provide illumination for passengers sitting in the back seats, allowing them to read, find items, or engage in activities during nighttime travel or in low-light conditions. Rear reading lamps are usually controlled by a switch near the lamp itself or integrated into the vehicle's overhead console. They often have adjustable settings for brightness to suit passengers' preferences. These lamps contribute to passenger comfort and convenience, especially during long journeys or when traveling at night.
Central Console Armrest The car central console armrest is a feature typically found in the interior of a vehicle, positioned between the front seats. It serves as a comfortable resting place for the driver's or front passenger's arm during long drives. This armrest often contains storage compartments or cup holders for convenience, allowing occupants to store small items such as phones, keys, or beverages within easy reach. Some car central console armrests also come with additional features like USB ports or power outlets for charging electronic devices. Overall, it enhances comfort and convenience for occupants while driving or riding in the vehicle.
Automatic Climate Control Automatic climate control in cars is a system that automatically regulates the interior temperature of the vehicle to maintain a comfortable environment for the occupants. It's designed to adjust factors such as air temperature, airflow, and sometimes humidity levels without the need for manual intervention by the driver or passengers.
Rear A/C Vents Car rear A/C vents are air conditioning vents located in the rear cabin of a vehicle. These vents are designed to distribute cooled or heated air to the backseat passengers, ensuring their comfort and maintaining a consistent temperature throughout the vehicle. Rear A/C vents are commonly found in modern cars, especially larger vehicles like SUVs, vans, and some sedans. They help improve airflow and temperature regulation in the rear passenger area, enhancing overall comfort during long drives or in hot weather conditions.
Power Windows Rear Car Power Windows Rear" refers to the power window system installed in the rear doors or windows of a car. Power windows allow the occupants of the vehicle to raise or lower the windows with the push of a button, instead of manually cranking them up and down. In the case of rear power windows, this feature enables passengers sitting in the back seats to control their windows independently. It's a convenience feature that adds to the comfort and ease of use for passengers, especially those in the rear of the vehicle.
Cup Holders-Rear Car cup holders located in the rear of the vehicle are compartments designed to securely hold beverage containers in the back seating area. They serve the same purpose as front cup holders, providing a convenient place for passengers in the rear seats to place their drinks while traveling. Rear cup holders can be integrated into the center console, armrest, or door panels, depending on the car's design. They contribute to passenger comfort and convenience, allowing those seated in the back to enjoy beverages without worrying about spillage or having to hold their drinks for the duration of the journey.
Cruise Control Car cruise control, often simply referred to as cruise control, is a system in a vehicle that automatically maintains the vehicle's speed at a set level without the need for the driver to actively control the throttle pedal.
Vanity Mirror A car vanity mirror, often referred to as a vanity mirror or vanity mirror with lights, is a small mirror usually located on the sun visor or overhead console inside a vehicle. Its purpose is to allow passengers, particularly the driver and front-seat passenger, to check their appearance quickly while on the go. These mirrors often come with built-in lights, which can be activated to provide better visibility, especially in dimly lit environments.
Trunk Light purpose is to illuminate the trunk space when the lid is open, allowing users to see and access items stored in the trunk more easily, especially in low-light conditions or at night. The trunk light is usually activated automatically when the trunk is opened or manually through a switch. It can help prevent fumbling around in the dark and improve safety by making it easier to load and unload items from the trunk.

Media & Interaction

Display Size Car display size refers to the dimensions of the screen or monitor inside a vehicle's infotainment system. This screen is used for various functions, such as navigation, audio controls, reversing cameras, vehicle settings, and connectivity features. The size of the display is typically measured diagonally, similar to how television screens and computer monitors are measured, and is usually specified in inches. 14.9 Inch
USB & Auxiliary Input A car USB and Auxiliary (Aux) input are ports found in modern vehicles that allow users to connect external devices for various purposes, primarily related to audio playback and charging.
FM/AM/Radio Car FM/AM radio refers to the radio receiver installed in vehicles that allows occupants to listen to AM (Amplitude Modulation) and FM (Frequency Modulation) radio broadcasts. These radios are a common feature in almost all cars, providing entertainment, news, weather updates, and music while driving.
Speakers Rear Rear car speakers are audio components located in the back of a vehicle, typically in the rear doors, rear deck, or rear side panels. They are part of the car's overall sound system, contributing to the audio experience by providing sound from the rear of the vehicle. This setup helps create a more immersive and balanced sound environment, enhancing the listening experience for passengers.
Integrated 2DIN Audio A car Integrated 2DIN Audio system refers to a double-DIN (Double DIN) car stereo unit that integrates multiple audio and multimedia functions into a vehicle's dashboard. The term "DIN" stands for Deutsches Institut für Normung, a German standards organization, and is used to describe the size of car audio head units. A 2DIN unit is twice the height of a standard single-DIN unit, measuring approximately 4 inches (100 mm) tall and 7 inches (180 mm) wide.
Touch Screen A car touch screen, also known as an infotainment screen or multimedia display, is an interactive digital display integrated into the dashboard of modern vehicles. It allows drivers and passengers to control various car functions and access information through touch-sensitive technology.
Bluetooth Connectivity Car Bluetooth connectivity is a wireless communication technology that allows your car to connect with other Bluetooth-enabled devices, such as smartphones, tablets, and even other vehicles. This feature enables various functions, enhancing convenience, safety, and entertainment while driving.
Speakers Front Front car speakers are audio components installed in the front part of a vehicle's cabin, typically in the dashboard, doors, or A-pillars. These speakers are a crucial part of a car's audio system, providing sound for the driver and front passengers.
Multi-function Steering Wheel A car Multi-Function Steering Wheel (MFSW) is a steering wheel that incorporates various controls and buttons, allowing the driver to operate multiple functions without removing their hands from the wheel. This enhances safety and convenience by minimizing the need to reach for controls on the dashboard or center console.
Voice Control Car voice control refers to the technology that allows drivers to operate various functions of their vehicle using spoken commands. Instead of manually pressing buttons or touching screens, drivers can control features such as navigation, music playback, phone calls, climate control, and more, simply by speaking aloud.
Navigation System A car navigation system is a technological tool designed to assist drivers in navigating from one location to another efficiently and safely. These systems use GPS (Global Positioning System) technology to determine the vehicle's current location and then provide real-time directions to the desired destination. Navigation systems typically consist of a display screen, GPS receiver, and software that calculates routes based on inputted destinations and current traffic conditions.

Measuring Instruments

Low Fuel Warning Light The Low Fuel Warning Light is a dashboard indicator in a car that alerts the driver when the fuel level in the vehicle's tank is running low. When the fuel level drops below a certain threshold, typically around 1/8th to 1/4th of the tank capacity remaining, this light illuminates to notify the driver that it's time to refuel. Its purpose is to prevent the vehicle from running out of fuel unexpectedly, which could lead to being stranded on the road. The Low Fuel Warning Light serves as a reminder for the driver to find a nearby gas station and refuel the vehicle to ensure continued operation.
Digital Odometer A digital odometer in a car is a component that displays the total distance traveled by the vehicle in a digital format. It's part of the instrument cluster, typically located on the dashboard. Unlike traditional analog odometers, which use mechanical dials to display mileage, digital odometers use electronic displays to show the distance traveled.
Electronic Multi Tripmeter A car electronic multi-tripmeter, often referred to simply as a trip meter or trip computer, is a feature found in many modern vehicles. It's a digital display on the dashboard that provides information about the distance traveled, fuel consumption, average speed, and sometimes other trip-related data.
Digital Clock A car digital clock is a clock displayed digitally within a vehicle's dashboard or console. Unlike traditional analog clocks with hands, digital clocks show the time numerically, typically in hours and minutes, using LED or LCD technology. Digital clocks in cars often include additional features such as displaying the date, providing an alarm function, or even integrating with other vehicle systems like the radio or navigation system. They are designed to provide drivers and passengers with easy access to the current time while on the road, enhancing convenience and ensuring punctuality.
Tacho Meter A car tachometer, often abbreviated as "tacho meter" or simply "tach," is an instrument in a vehicle's dashboard that measures and displays the engine's rotational speed, usually expressed in revolutions per minute (RPM). It's an essential gauge for monitoring the performance of the engine.

Interior Furnishings

Adjustable Seats Adjustable seats in cars refer to seats that can be customized to accommodate different preferences and body types of the occupants. These seats typically have various adjustable features, such as: Seat Position: The seat can be moved forward, backward, up, or down to adjust the distance from the pedals and steering wheel, allowing drivers of different heights to find a comfortable driving position. Seatback Angle: The angle of the seatback can be adjusted to provide optimal support and comfort for the occupant's back. Lumbar Support: Some adjustable seats come with lumbar support adjustments, allowing occupants to customize the amount of lower back support they receive. Headrest Position: The headrest can often be adjusted in height and tilt to provide proper support for the occupant's head and neck, reducing the risk of whiplash injuries in case of a collision. Seat Cushion Angle: Some seats offer the ability to adjust the angle of the seat cushion, providing additional comfort and support for long drives.
Electric Adjustable Seats Electric adjustable seats are a feature in modern automobiles that allow passengers to customize the position and angle of their seats using electric motors. These seats typically offer a range of adjustments including forward/backward movement, seat height, lumbar support, recline angle, and sometimes even adjustments for thigh support and side bolsters.
Rear Seat Headrest The rear seat headrest in a car is a safety feature designed to support the heads and necks of passengers sitting in the back seats. It consists of a padded cushion attached to metal rods or a frame, which is typically adjustable in height to accommodate passengers of different sizes. Rear seat headrests are positioned behind each seating position in the back of the vehicle to help prevent whiplash injuries during rear-end collisions. They provide support to the head and neck, reducing the risk of hyperextension injuries by limiting the backward movement of the head in the event of a sudden impact. Additionally, headrests can enhance comfort during long journeys by providing a surface for passengers to rest their heads.
Folding Table Rear A car folding table rear typically refers to a feature found in some vehicles where a small table can be folded down from the rear of the front seats. This feature provides passengers in the back with a convenient surface for various activities such as working on a laptop, eating, or playing games during a journey. It's a handy addition to the interior design of the car, enhancing comfort and functionality for passengers, especially during long trips.
Seat Upholstery Car seat upholstery refers to the material covering the seats inside a vehicle. This material serves both functional and aesthetic purposes. Functionally, it provides a comfortable and supportive surface for passengers to sit on during travel. Aesthetically, it contributes to the overall interior design of the vehicle, enhancing its visual appeal and style. Car seat upholstery can be made from various materials, including:Fabric: Common fabrics used for car seat upholstery include polyester, nylon, and various blends. Fabric upholstery is typically durable, breathable, and easy to clean. Leather: Leather upholstery is known for its luxurious look and feel. It is durable and ages well with proper care, though it may require more maintenance compared to fabric. Vinyl: Vinyl upholstery is a synthetic material that resembles leather. It is often used as a more affordable alternative to genuine leather and is relatively easy to clean. Synthetic Leather (Leatherette): Synthetic leather, also known as leatherette or faux leather, is a man-made material designed to mimic the look and feel of genuine leather. It is durable, easy to clean, and more resistant to stains and fading than genuine leather. Leather
Height Adjustable Driver Seat A Height Adjustable Driver Seat is a feature commonly found in cars that allows the driver to adjust the height of their seat to achieve a comfortable driving position. This feature enables drivers of different heights to find an optimal seating position that provides good visibility, proper posture, and comfort during long drives.
Heated Seats - Rear Heated Seats - Rear refers to a feature in cars where the seats in the rear passenger area are equipped with heating elements. These heating elements can be activated to warm up the seats, providing additional comfort to passengers during cold weather or chilly conditions. This feature is especially popular in regions with colder climates, as it helps to keep passengers warm and cozy during journeys. It's typically controlled through switches or buttons located either on the seat itself or on the car's dashboard/console, allowing passengers to adjust the level of warmth to their preference.
Leather Steering Wheel A car leather steering wheel is a steering wheel in an automobile that is covered with leather material. Leather steering wheels are a common feature in many vehicles, particularly in higher-end models or those aiming for a more luxurious feel.
Foldable Rear Seat A foldable rear seat in a car refers to a feature where the rear seats can be folded down to create additional cargo space in the trunk or the rear of the vehicle. This feature is commonly found in hatchbacks, SUVs, and station wagons. By folding down the rear seats, the interior space of the vehicle can be reconfigured to accommodate larger items such as luggage, groceries, sports equipment, or furniture. This flexibility is especially useful when transporting bulky or irregularly shaped items that may not fit comfortably in the regular trunk space. Foldable rear seats are a practical feature that enhances the versatility and utility of a car, making it more adaptable to different transportation needs.
Leather-Wrapped Gear Knob A leather-wrapped gear knob is a component found in many vehicles with manual transmissions or automatic transmissions with manual shift capabilities (often called "tiptronic" or "manual mode"). It's the handle or knob that drivers use to shift gears.
Rear Seat Center Arm Rest The rear seat center armrest is a feature commonly found in the backseat of many cars. It's a fold-down armrest located in the center of the rear seat, positioned between the two outer seats. Its primary purpose is to provide comfort and convenience to passengers sitting in the back by offering a padded surface for resting their arms. Additionally, some rear seat center armrests come equipped with cup holders, storage compartments, or other amenities to enhance passenger comfort during long journeys.
Seat Lumbar Support Car seat lumbar support is a feature designed to provide additional comfort and support to the lower back while driving. It typically consists of a cushion or padding located at the lower portion of the seat backrest, positioned to support the natural curve of the lumbar spine. This support helps alleviate strain and discomfort that can occur during long periods of sitting, especially in vehicles where the seats may not provide adequate ergonomic support.
Leather Seats Car leather seats are seating surfaces in vehicles made from leather, a durable and luxurious material derived from animal hides, typically sourced from cows. Leather seats are a popular option in many cars due to their aesthetic appeal, comfort, and longevity.

Outside

Electric Folding Rear View Mirror A car electric folding rear view mirror is a type of side mirror equipped with an electric motor that allows it to be automatically folded in or out. This feature can be activated manually by the driver or automatically when certain conditions are met, such as locking or unlocking the car, or when driving in tight spaces.
Power Adjustable Exterior Rear View Mirror A Car Power Adjustable Exterior Rear View Mirror is a side mirror on a vehicle that can be adjusted electronically. This feature allows the driver to change the mirror's position using a switch or button located inside the car, typically on the driver's door or dashboard, without needing to manually adjust the mirror by hand. These mirrors can be moved in multiple directions—up, down, left, and right—to provide the best possible rear view and eliminate blind spots.
Remote Trunk Opener A Car Remote Trunk Opener is a feature in modern vehicles that allows the driver to open the trunk (or boot) remotely without physically using a key in the trunk lock. This can be achieved through a button on the car's key fob, a button inside the vehicle, or via a mobile app connected to the car's system.
Integrated Antenna A car integrated antenna is an antenna built into the structure of a vehicle rather than being a separate, external component. These antennas are designed to be less obtrusive and more aesthetically pleasing while still providing necessary reception for various communication and entertainment systems, such as
Rear Window Wiper A car rear window wiper is a device installed on the rear window of some vehicles, designed to keep the window clear of rain, snow, dirt, and other debris. This improves visibility for the driver, enhancing safety, especially in adverse weather conditions.
Headlamp Type Car headlamp types refer to the different technologies and designs used in the headlights of a vehicle. Here are the main types of car headlamps: Halogen Headlamps:LED (Light Emitting Diode) Headlamps:HID (High-Intensity Discharge) or Xenon Headlamps:Laser Headlamps:Matrix/Adaptive LED Headlamps:Projector Headlamps:Reflector Headlamps. LED
Taillight Type Car taillights, also known as rear lights, are an essential part of a vehicle's lighting system, providing visibility and signaling intentions to other road users. LED
Removable Convertible Top A car removable convertible top is a type of roof structure on a convertible car that can be completely removed or retracted to transform the vehicle from an enclosed coupe to an open-air roadster. This feature allows drivers to enjoy the benefits of both an enclosed and an open vehicle depending on the weather and their preferences.
Centrally Mounted Fuel Tank A car with a centrally mounted fuel tank has its fuel tank positioned in the middle of the vehicle, usually under the floor between the front and rear axles.
Manually Adjustable Exterior Rear View Mirror A manually adjustable exterior rear view mirror is a type of side mirror on a car that can be adjusted by the driver or passenger to achieve the desired viewing angle. Unlike electrically adjustable mirrors, these require physical manipulation, usually through a lever or control located on the inside of the vehicle's door. This type of mirror is generally found on older or more basic models of vehicles.
Outside Rear View Mirror Turn Indicator The Car Outside Rear View Mirror Turn Indicator, often referred to simply as the "turn signal indicator" or "turn signal," is a feature found on many modern vehicles. It's typically located on the outside rear-view mirrors (side mirrors) of the car.
Power Antenna A car power antenna, also known as a motorized or electric antenna, is a type of antenna commonly found on vehicles, especially older models. Unlike traditional antennas that remain stationary, power antennas can be automatically raised or lowered at the push of a button or when the car's radio is turned on or off.
Adjustable Headlights Car adjustable headlights refer to headlights that can be adjusted to control the direction and angle of the light beam they emit. This adjustment allows drivers to optimize the illumination of the road ahead based on various factors such as vehicle load, road conditions, and driving speed.
Headlamps Washer A car headlamp washer, also known as a headlight washer system, is a feature found on some vehicles to help keep the headlamp lenses clean for optimal visibility.
Side Stepper Car Side Stepper" doesn't appear to be a widely recognized term or product in the automotive industry as of my last update. It's possible that it could refer to a specific feature or accessory designed to assist with entering or exiting a vehicle, particularly for individuals with mobility issues or for vehicles with higher ground clearance.
Roof Rail A car roof rail, also known as a roof rack or roof rail system, is a set of bars or rails mounted on the roof of a vehicle. These rails allow for the attachment of various accessories, such as luggage carriers, bike racks, ski racks, or cargo baskets. Roof rails are typically made from aluminum, steel, or composite materials, and they are designed to withstand the weight of additional cargo while maintaining the aerodynamics and structural integrity of the vehicle.
Rain Sensing Wiper Car rain-sensing wipers are a feature in some vehicles that automatically activate the windshield wipers when rain or moisture is detected on the windshield. This system uses sensors, typically located near the windshield or within the rear-view mirror housing, to detect raindrops or water droplets on the glass.
Fog Lights Front Car fog lights, located at the front of a vehicle, are auxiliary lights designed to improve visibility in foggy, misty, or other adverse weather conditions such as heavy rain or snow. Unlike regular headlights, fog lights are mounted low on the front bumper or grille of the vehicle and emit a wide, low beam pattern that illuminates the road immediately in front of the vehicle without causing glare or reflection off the fog or snow particles.
Roof Carrier A car roof carrier, also known as a roof rack or roof box, is an external storage attachment mounted on the roof of a car. It's designed to increase the cargo-carrying capacity of the vehicle by providing additional space for luggage, sporting equipment, camping gear, or any other bulky items that may not fit inside the car's cabin or trunk.
Sun Roof A car sunroof is a panel in the roof of a vehicle that can be opened or removed to allow fresh air and sunlight into the interior. Sunroofs come in various types, including pop-up, tilting, sliding, and panoramic options. They can be manually operated or powered by motors for automatic opening and closing. Sunroofs enhance the driving experience by providing increased ventilation, natural light, and a sense of openness within the car's cabin. They are often considered a desirable feature in vehicles, adding to comfort and aesthetics.
Roof Rail A car roof rail, also known as a roof rack or roof rail system, is a set of bars or rails mounted on the roof of a vehicle. These rails allow for the attachment of various accessories, such as luggage carriers, bike racks, ski racks, or cargo baskets. Roof rails are typically made from aluminum, steel, or composite materials, and they are designed to withstand the weight of additional cargo while maintaining the aerodynamics and structural integrity of the vehicle.
Fog Lights Rear Car fog lights rear is a term that could refer to the rear fog lights installed on a vehicle. Fog lights are auxiliary lights mounted on the front or rear of a vehicle to improve visibility in adverse weather conditions, particularly in foggy, misty, or rainy conditions where visibility is reduced.
Rear Window Defogger A car rear window defogger, also known as a rear window defroster, is a feature found in many modern vehicles designed to clear condensation, frost, or ice from the rear window. It consists of thin, electrically conductive wires or grids embedded in the rear window glass.
Rear Spoiler A car rear spoiler is an aerodynamic device installed on the rear of a vehicle, typically above the rear window or on the trunk lid. Its primary purpose is to disrupt the airflow over the car, creating downforce or reducing lift, thus improving traction and stability at higher speeds.
Additional Features Additional features, often referred to as extra features or optional features, are enhancements or functionalities that are not included in the standard configuration of a product but can be added to customize or improve it according to the user's preferences or needs. LED

Miscellaneous

Outside Temperature Display A Car Outside Temperature Display, often simply called an outside temperature gauge, is a feature commonly found in modern vehicles. It provides real-time information about the temperature outside the car. This display is usually located on the dashboard, typically near the driver's side, where it can be easily viewed.

Inside

Adjustable Headrest A car adjustable headrest is a feature found in many modern vehicles designed to provide comfort and safety for passengers. These headrests are attached to the top of the seats and are typically padded to provide support for the head and neck.
Sun Visors Car sun visors are hinged panels located above the windshield and just in front of the driver and passenger seats in an automobile. They are designed to reduce glare from sunlight and provide shade, improving visibility for the driver and passengers. Sun visors can be adjusted horizontally and vertically to block the sun's rays from entering the driver's or passenger's line of sight. They typically feature a mirror on one side, allowing occupants to check their appearance or monitor rear-seat passengers. Some sun visors also have built-in lights for added convenience, especially useful for reading maps or documents during nighttime driving. Overall, sun visors play a crucial role in enhancing driving comfort and safety by reducing glare and improving visibility.
Ambient Light Car ambient lighting refers to the lighting system installed within a vehicle's interior to enhance the ambiance and aesthetics of the cabin. These lights are typically located in strategic areas such as the footwells, door panels, dashboard, and sometimes even in the ceiling or along the trim.

Protection

Anti-Lock Braking System The Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS) is a safety feature in vehicles designed to prevent wheels from locking up during braking. When a driver suddenly applies the brakes in an emergency situation or on slippery surfaces, there's a risk that the wheels may lock up, causing the vehicle to skid uncontrollably. ABS helps mitigate this risk by automatically modulating the brake pressure to each wheel, allowing it to maintain traction with the road surface.
Ebd Car EBD stands for Electronic Brakeforce Distribution. It's a technology used in modern vehicles to optimize the distribution of braking force between the front and rear axles of the car. EBD works in conjunction with the ABS (Anti-lock Braking System) to ensure stable and effective braking performance.
Traction Control Car traction control is a feature designed to help vehicles maintain traction and stability, especially in slippery or challenging road conditions. It's a system that monitors and manages the amount of power delivered to each wheel to prevent wheel spin and loss of control.
Driver Airbag A car driver airbag is a safety device installed in vehicles to protect the driver in the event of a collision. It consists of a cushion-like bag made of thin, nylon fabric, typically located in the steering wheel hub or the dashboard. In the event of a frontal collision, sensors detect the impact and trigger the rapid inflation of the airbag, creating a cushion between the driver and the steering wheel/dashboard.
Seat Belt Warning A car seat belt warning system is a safety feature designed to alert occupants when they haven't fastened their seat belts while the vehicle is in motion. When a person sits in a seat and the seat belt is not buckled, a warning light or chime typically activates on the dashboard to remind them to fasten their seat belt. This warning system is crucial for encouraging seat belt usage, which significantly reduces the risk of injury or death in the event of a collision. Many modern vehicles are equipped with seat belt warning systems to enhance occupant safety.
Child Safety Locks Car child safety locks are mechanisms designed to prevent children from opening the doors of a vehicle from the inside while it's in motion. These locks are typically located on the rear doors of a car and can be engaged or disengaged by the driver or adult passengers. When activated, the child safety locks prevent the rear doors from being opened from the inside, thereby preventing children from accidentally opening the doors while the vehicle is moving, which could pose a safety hazard. This feature gives parents and caregivers peace of mind by providing an additional layer of safety for young passengers in the car.
Day & Night Rear View Mirror A car day & night rear view mirror is a component of a vehicle designed to provide the driver with a clear view of the rearward environment. It typically consists of a mirror mounted inside the vehicle, usually at the top center of the windshield or on the interior roof. The mirror's surface is reflective, allowing the driver to see the area behind the car without turning their head.
Rear Parking Sensors Car rear parking sensors are safety devices installed on the rear bumper of a vehicle to assist drivers in parking and maneuvering in tight spaces. These sensors use ultrasonic technology to detect obstacles behind the car, such as walls, other vehicles, or pedestrians, and alert the driver to their proximity.
Front Impact Beams Car front impact beams, also known as front impact bars or front reinforcement bars, are structural components installed in the front of vehicles to enhance their crashworthiness during frontal collisions. These beams are typically made of high-strength steel and are designed to absorb and distribute the energy generated during a collision, thereby reducing the impact force transmitted to the occupants and preserving the structural integrity of the passenger compartment.
Engine Check Warning The "Check Engine" warning light, also known as the Malfunction Indicator Lamp (MIL), is an indicator on the dashboard of a car that illuminates when the engine's computer detects a problem with the vehicle's emissions control system or other vital components. When this light comes on, it signifies that there may be an issue that needs attention, ranging from a loose gas cap to a more serious engine malfunction.
Lane Departure Warning System A Lane Departure Warning (LDW) system is a safety feature in cars designed to alert drivers when their vehicle unintentionally drifts out of its lane on the road. The system typically uses cameras or sensors to monitor the position of the vehicle within the lane markings. When it detects that the vehicle is veering out of its lane without the use of turn signals, it triggers a warning to the driver.
Brake Assist Car Brake Assist, often abbreviated as BA, is a safety feature in modern vehicles designed to help drivers apply maximum braking force in emergency situations. It works by detecting the speed and force with which the driver depresses the brake pedal. If the system senses that the driver is attempting to make a sudden or emergency stop but isn't applying sufficient pressure to the brake pedal, it automatically increases braking pressure to help the vehicle stop more quickly.
Vehicle Stability Control System The Vehicle Stability Control (VSC) system, also known as Electronic Stability Control (ESC) or Dynamic Stability Control (DSC), is an advanced safety feature in modern vehicles designed to help drivers maintain control during emergency maneuvers or slippery road conditions.
Crash Sensor A car crash sensor, also known as a collision sensor or crash sensor, is a component of a vehicle's safety system designed to detect and respond to collisions or accidents. These sensors are typically installed in strategic locations within the vehicle, such as the front bumper, side panels, or rear bumper. They can utilize various technologies to detect sudden changes in motion, deceleration, or impacts that indicate a collision has occurred.
Passenger Airbag A car passenger airbag is a safety device designed to protect passengers in the event of a collision. It consists of a flexible fabric bag that inflates rapidly upon impact, creating a cushioning barrier between the passenger and the hard surfaces of the vehicle's interior, such as the dashboard or steering wheel.
Door Ajar Warning A Car Door Ajar Warning is a feature in many modern vehicles that alerts the driver when one of the doors (usually the driver's door) is not fully closed. This warning is typically displayed on the dashboard with an icon or message indicating which door is open or ajar.
Rear Seat Belts Car rear seat belts are safety restraints designed to secure passengers in the rear seats of a vehicle during a collision or sudden stop. They function similarly to front seat belts, helping to prevent occupants from being ejected from the vehicle or colliding with the interior surfaces in the event of a crash.
ISOFIX Child Seat Mounts ISOFIX (International Standards Organisation FIX) is a standard system for attaching child safety seats to cars. It's designed to make installing child seats easier and more secure, reducing the risk of incorrect installation. ISOFIX mounts are built into the structure of the car and consist of metal bars or anchor points located between the seat cushions and the seat back.
Parking Sensors Parking sensors are electronic devices installed in vehicles to assist drivers in parking maneuvers by detecting obstacles or objects in the vicinity of the vehicle. These sensors use ultrasonic or electromagnetic technology to measure the distance between the vehicle and nearby objects, such as walls, vehicles, or pedestrians. When an obstacle is detected, the parking sensor system typically alerts the driver through visual or auditory signals, helping them gauge the distance and avoid collisions while maneuvering into parking spaces. Parking sensors are especially helpful in tight spaces or when visibility is limited, making parking safer and more convenient.
Rear Camera A car rear camera, also known as a backup camera or reversing camera, is a type of camera installed on the rear of a vehicle to assist the driver in reversing and parking. It provides a live video feed of the area behind the vehicle, typically displayed on a screen located on the dashboard or rearview mirror.
Side Impact Beams Car side impact beams, also known as side-impact protection beams or simply side beams, are structural components designed to enhance the safety of vehicles in the event of a side collision. These beams are typically made of high-strength materials such as steel or aluminum and are integrated into the doors or the body structure along the sides of the vehicle.
Electric Parking Brake An Electric Parking Brake (EPB) is a modern braking system used in vehicles to automatically engage and disengage the parking brake using electric power instead of a traditional mechanical lever or pedal. It's controlled by a switch or button inside the vehicle, which activates an electric motor to apply or release the parking brake.
Speed Sensing Door Locks Car Speed Sensing Door Locks are a feature in some vehicles that automatically lock the doors when the vehicle reaches a certain speed, typically around 10-15 mph (16-24 km/h). The primary purpose of this feature is to enhance safety and security by ensuring that the doors are locked while the vehicle is in motion, reducing the risk of accidental door openings or unauthorized entry.
Front Parking Sensors Car front parking sensors are electronic devices installed on the front bumper of a vehicle to assist the driver in parking and maneuvering in tight spaces. These sensors use ultrasonic or electromagnetic technology to detect obstacles or objects in the vehicle's path. When an object is detected within a certain range, the sensors emit audible or visual alerts to warn the driver of the proximity of the obstacle.
Side Airbag-Rear A car side airbag-rear is a safety feature installed in some vehicles to provide additional protection in the event of a side-impact collision. While side airbags are commonly found in the front seats, particularly near the door panels to protect the occupants' torso and head, car manufacturers may also include rear side airbags to extend this protection to passengers sitting in the rear seats.
Curtain Airbags Car curtain airbags, also known as side curtain airbags or head curtain airbags, are safety features designed to protect occupants in the event of a side-impact collision or rollover. Unlike traditional airbags that deploy from the steering wheel or dashboard, curtain airbags deploy from the headliner above the side windows, covering the windows and creating a protective curtain-like barrier between the occupants and the side of the vehicle.
Park Assist Car Park Assist, also known as Parking Assist or Parking Assistance System, is a technology designed to aid drivers in parking their vehicles more safely and accurately. It typically utilizes sensors and cameras to detect nearby obstacles, such as other vehicles, walls, or pedestrians, and provides visual and/or auditory cues to assist the driver in maneuvering into a parking spot.
Side Airbag-Front A car side airbag-front is a safety feature installed in vehicles to protect occupants during side-impact collisions. Unlike frontal airbags, which deploy from the steering wheel and dashboard to protect occupants in front-end collisions, side airbags deploy from the side of the seat or door to provide protection to the torso and head areas of occupants in the event of a side impact.
Knee Airbags Car knee airbags are safety features designed to protect occupants' knees and lower legs in the event of a collision. These airbags are typically located beneath the dashboard or the steering column and deploy rapidly upon impact, providing a cushioning effect to reduce the risk of injury.
Emergency Stop Signal The Car Emergency Stop Signal, also known as the Emergency Brake Light System or Automatic Emergency Braking (AEB) system, is a safety feature designed to enhance road safety by alerting other drivers when a vehicle in front suddenly decelerates or comes to a stop unexpectedly.
Hill-Start Assist Control Car Hill-Start Assist Control (HAC) is a feature designed to assist drivers when starting their vehicle on an incline or hill. When a car is stopped on an uphill slope, there is a risk of it rolling backward when the driver releases the brake pedal to engage the accelerator. Hill-Start Assist Control helps prevent this rollback by temporarily holding the brakes for a few seconds after the driver releases the brake pedal, giving them time to smoothly transition to the accelerator without the car rolling backward.
Blind Spot monitor A car blind spot monitor is a safety feature designed to assist drivers in detecting vehicles or objects that may be in their blind spots. Blind spots are areas around a vehicle that are not visible to the driver either through the rearview or side mirrors.
Rear Cross Traffic Alert Car Rear Cross Traffic Alert (RCTA) is a safety feature designed to assist drivers when backing out of parking spaces or driveways. It uses sensors, typically located at the rear of the vehicle, to detect approaching vehicles or objects from the sides. When activated, RCTA provides visual and/or audible warnings to alert the driver of potential hazards that may not be visible through the rearview mirrors or by turning their head.
Downhill Assist Control Car Downhill Assist Control (DAC) is a feature commonly found in modern vehicles, especially in those equipped with four-wheel drive (4WD) or all-wheel drive (AWD) systems. DAC is designed to assist drivers when descending steep hills or inclines by helping to maintain a controlled speed without the need for excessive braking.
Tyre Pressure Monitor A Car Tyre Pressure Monitor, often abbreviated as TPMS (Tire Pressure Monitoring System), is a safety feature installed in modern vehicles to monitor the air pressure of the tires. Its primary function is to alert the driver when the tire pressure falls below a certain threshold, indicating potential underinflation or overinflation.

Safeguarding

Central Locking Car central locking is a feature in automobiles that allows the driver or passengers to simultaneously lock or unlock all the doors of the vehicle with the push of a button or lever. Instead of manually locking or unlocking each door separately, central locking systems streamline the process by controlling all the locks at once from a single point of access.
Anti Theft Device A car anti-theft device is a security system designed to deter and prevent theft of vehicles. These devices come in various forms and technologies, but their primary goal is to make it difficult for unauthorized individuals to steal or break into a car.
Power Door Locks Car power door locks are a feature in modern vehicles that allow drivers or passengers to remotely lock or unlock the doors of the vehicle using electrical power rather than manually turning a key. This feature enhances convenience and security, especially when entering or exiting the vehicle with hands full or in situations where quick access is needed.
Engine Immobilizer A car engine immobilizer is a security device installed in vehicles to prevent unauthorized access and theft. It works by electronically disabling the engine's ignition system, making it impossible for the vehicle to start without the proper key or authentication method.
Anti-Theft Alarm A car anti-theft alarm is a security system designed to deter theft or unauthorized access to a vehicle. It typically consists of sensors, a control unit, and a loud siren or alarm. When activated, the system monitors various parameters such as movement, vibrations, door openings, or attempts to start the engine without the proper key. If any suspicious activity is detected, such as someone attempting to break into the car or tamper with its components, the alarm is triggered.

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  • Design 5 / 10
  • Engine 6 / 10
  • Exterior Equipment 6 / 10
  • GPS 5 / 10
  • Performance 5 / 10
  • Price 5 / 10
  • Technology 6 / 10

The latest BMW M3 price in Malaysia market starts from RM720,990. The M3 Competition 3.0L boasts a cargo volume of 480 liters and a seating capacity for five. Its dimensions include a length of 4794 mm, width of 2068 mm, and a height of 1437 mm, with a wheelbase of 2857 mm. Powered by a 3.0L Petrol Engine with 6 cylinders and 24 valves DOHC, generating 510 hp and 650 Nm of torque, with an acceleration of 3.9 seconds and Euro 6 emissions compliance.

This vehicle features a 8-speed automatic gearbox, rear-wheel drive, and electric power steering with adjustable column. It rolls on 19-inch alloy wheels with runflat tires (size 275/35 R19), supported by adaptive suspension both front and rear. Front brakes are ventilated discs, while the rear has disc brakes.

Your question BMW M3?

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What is the cargo volume of the M3 Competition 3.0L?

Cargo volume measures at 480 liters, providing ample space for storage.

How much horsepower does the M3 Competition 3.0L produce?

This vehicle generates an impressive 510 hp from its 3.0L Petrol Engine.

What is the acceleration time of the M3 Competition 3.0L?

The M3 Competition 3.0L accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in just 3.9 seconds.

What type of brakes does the M3 Competition 3.0L have?

It features ventilated discs at the front and discs at the rear for effective braking performance.

What is the fuel consumption of the M3 Competition 3.0L?

The fuel consumption of this vehicle is rated at 9.6 liters per 100 kilometers.

What is the seating capacity of the M3 Competition 3.0L?

The M3 Competition 3.0L has a seating capacity for five occupants.

What is the wheel size of the M3 Competition 3.0L?

The vehicle comes equipped with 19-inch alloy wheels, enhancing both style and performance.

Advantages and Disadvantages

Advantages Disadvantages
Powerful 510 hp engine High fuel consumption rate
Spacious cargo volume Expensive maintenance costs
Quick acceleration (3.9 s) Limited fuel tank capacity (59 L)
Adaptive suspension for smooth rides Runflat tires may be costly to replace
Elegant design and alloy wheels Not suitable for off-road terrain

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