Kunos Simulazioni has released new cockpit previews of the BMW M3 E30 for Assetto Corsa.
The iconic German touring car racer was originally not planned to be part of the initial version of Assetto Corsa, the decision to delay the release has allowed the car to slip into the initial package though.
Based on the BMW M3 E30 road car, the touring car version of BMW’s first ever M3 quickly became one of the most successful race cars around the world.
Powered by a 2.3 liter inline-4 engine tuned up by BMW’s engine guru Paul Rosche, the car put out 300hp at 8.200rpm. The M3 Group A went on to win several high-profile touring car titles around the world, including two European Touring Car Championship trophies.