The fifth-generation BMW Series 3 consists of the BMW E90 (sedan), BMW E91 (wagon, marketed as 'touring'), BMW E92 (coupe) and BMW E93 (convertible) compact executive cars. E90/E91/E92/E93 was produced from 2004 to 2013 and is often collectively referred to as E90 or E9x. and E92 335i was the first model series 3 produced with turbo petrol engine. The E9x family has also seen the introduction of flat tyres into the 3 Series. Cars with apartments are not equipped with spare tires. and E90/E92/E93 M3 is the only generation of M3 operated by v8 engine. Introduced in 2007, the BMW S65 V8 engine is used naturally and produced in sedans, coupes and convertible body styles. After the introduction of the F30/F31 3 series in February 2012, sedans and E90/E91 vehicles were phased out. However, the Convertible E92/E93 coupe remained in production during the typical 2013 year, after which it was replaced by the F32/F33 4 Series models.