BMW 333i E30
In 1988, BMW South Africa introduced the 333i E30 coupe with a 3.3-liter straight six that delivered 194 HP and a vivid performance. The 0 to 60 mph sprint took around seven seconds, which was better than the M3 E30. The 333i came with a plush interior, but only two options, air-conditioning or power steering.
Apparently, the big six-cylinder took up so much space in the engine bay that buyers had to choose between an air-conditioning compressor or a power steering pump. Since this was a special model, BMW made only 210 of those fantastic 333i E30s. They are extremely rare today, even in South Africa.