The BMW M1 E26 Motul Tour de Corse Coupe 1982 is a legendary race car that commands respect from car enthusiasts around the world. Constructed in 1982 for the one-make race series called the Procar Championship, the M1 was BMW's first mid-engined supercar and was their only vehicle produced exclusively for racing. The Motul Tour de Corse Coupe was really the prototype of the full production car, built specifically to compete in that year's Tour de Corse race. It was produced in limited numbers, being one of only 45 vehicles made and the only one with a special aerodynamic Tour de Corse kit fitted. The M1 was the work of Giotto Bizzarrini and his team, who designed and developed the chassis and suspension, as well as the 3.5 L, 6-cylinder M88/M88/1 engine, a twin-cam motor with an output of 277 hp (200 kW). The M1 was a true racing machine and featured an aluminum-alloy monocoque frame, adjustable suspension geometry, and an impressive power to weight ratio of 5.2 pounds per horsepower. In racing terms the BMW M1 E26 Motul Tour de Corse Coupe 1982 is undoubtedly a fast car, with a top speed of 168 mph (270 km/h), a 0-60 mph time of 4.6 seconds, and a standing quarter mile of 13.2 seconds. It certainly looks the part too, with its bodywork painted in Motul Tour de France livery and its aerodynamic kit consisting of a large front spoiler, side skirts, adjustable rear spoiler, and air intakes to feed the radiator. The BMW M1 E26 Motul Tour de Corse Coupe 1982 is an iconic piece of automotive history and a true motoring classic. It is a world away from its pre-production counterpart, and today it remains a rare and highly desirable vehicle.
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