Priced at $5500 tacked on to starting (est) 64K , adds a humble 19 horses
(500$ less for M4) , and makes Zero to 60 mph in 4.0 seconds with the manual-transmission and just 3.8 seconds with the heavier but quicker-shifting dual-clutch automatic, according to BMW.
The Competition Package also includes an Adaptive M suspension with new springs, stiffer shock absorbers, bigger sway bars, and a trio of re-programmed driving mode,Comfort, Sport, and Sport +, respectively. BMW has also tweaked the cars’ differential and re-calibrated the Dynamic Stability Control (DSC).
M3s equipped with the Competition Package stand out thanks to a sports exhaust system with tail pipes finished in black chrome, and model-specific, 20-inch machine-polished alloy wheels with M-shaped spokes. They also receive high-gloss Shadow Line trim around the kidney grilles, around the side windows, on the door mirrors, on the side gills, and on the trunk lid.
Is it worth it , I dont think so , you can make you own edits for this amount of horsepower. Over priced track package really , really for the track i’ll say. M3 offthe lot is just fine
BMW M3 BMW M3 Competition Package
from $64,000 From $69,500
twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter inline-6 engine twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter inline-6 engine
425hp @ 5500rpm 444 horsepower at 7,000 rpm
406tq @ 1850rpm 406tq @ 1850rpm