This 2001 BMW M Roadster is finished in Imola Red II over an Imola Red and black Nappa leather interior and powered by a 3.2L S54 inline-six paired with a five-speed manual transmission and a limited-slip differential. Equipment includes a power-operated soft top, 17″ Roadstar wheels, heated front seats, air conditioning, top boot, and a Harman Kardon CD stereo. The car was first registered in New Jersey and was acquired by the selling dealer on BaT in August 2016. An oil change was carried out in June 2021, and the tires were replaced. This M Roadster has 28k miles and is now offered with a car cover, a clean Carfax report, and a clean Utah title.
The example is reportedly one of 17 cars finished in Imola Red II (445) with a Classic Red convertible top and Imola Red interior for the model year. Equipment includes quad exhaust outlets, M-logo front fender vents, roll hoops, and heated washer nozzles. The convertible top is shown raised above, and paint meter readings are provided in the gallery below.
The factory 17″ Roadstar alloy wheels were recently fitted with Sumitomo HTR Z III tires.
The cabin features two-tone Imola Red and black Nappa leather heated seats along with a matching dashboard, center console, door panels, and carpets. Additional equipment includes air conditioning, Dynamic Stability Control, cruise control, metal pedals, a top boot, and a Harman Kardon CD stereo.
The M-branded steering wheel features tri-color stitching and frames a 170-mph speedometer, a tachometer with an 8k-rpm redline, and auxiliary gauges. The digital odometer has 28k miles, fewer than 2k of which have been added by the selling dealer.
The 3.2-liter S54 inline-six was factory rated at 315 horsepower and 258 lb-ft of torque. An oil change was carried out in June 2021.
Power is sent to the rear wheels through a ZF five-speed manual transmission and a limited-slip differential. Additional photos of the underside are provided in the image gallery
The Carfax report shows no accidents or other damage and lists history in New Jersey, Ohio, Vermont, and Utah.