O raro BMW E30 333i ( só se fizeram 204 exemplares - Embora exista o "Mito" que foram 210 unidades... ) Sul Africano. Dadas as proibições pelo regime do Apartheid ( Não foram vendidos oficialmente os BMW E30 M3 ), os responsáveis pela filial da BMW na RSA, decidiram "transplantar" um motor 3.300cc de um Série 7, e colocá-lo num E30, com cheirinho a ALPINA q.b. 1986-1987 - BMW E30 333i - 3.2 L M30 I6, 197 hp (145 kW) - South Africa "BMW South Africa's Motorsport division created the 333i in 1986 by fitting the 3210 ccm M30 "big six" ("M30B32" of the 733i E23/ 533i E12/ 533i E28/ 633CSi E24) engine to a 2-door E30. The resulting 333i was a major success in saloon car racing in that country and is now a collectors item. These cars, built with help from Alpina in Buchloe, Bavaria ,Germany, featured some interesting compromises like forcing the buyer to choose between air conditioning (vital in South Africa) or power steering (because of lack of space due to the large M30 engine). They were only built in small numbers in 1986. BMW South Africa provided the following specifications for the 333i: Powerplant - M20B32 6 Cylinder 3210cc 145Kw (197Bhp)@5500RPM. 285NM torque @ 4300RPM. The cars were fitted with a 5 speed manual gearbox and limited slip differential. Braking was enhanced by 296mm Alpina dual ventilated grooved front disc brakes. ABS was optional. The cars were fitted with J7x16 Alpina wheels and Pirelli P7 (195x50VR16)tyres. BMW provided performance figures were impressive, with a top speed of 228km/h. 0-100km/h in 7.4 sec, and a standing kilometer in 27.7 sec at sea level. An all round "Rocket Rocket." Um E30 Apimentado! O BMW E30 333i - " O ZULU Sul Africano"