Americans filed a petition to deliver the BMW M3 station wagon to the USASeptember 4, 2020
After the Bavarian company announced that the new station wagon would not arrive in the United States, motorists wrote a petition to the brand’s management.
Just a few weeks ago, BMW provided us with a teaser photo of the BMW M3 station wagon. Everyone was shocked until they saw that the car would not enter the US market. Expressing his disapproval, a man named Kean filed a petition for the delivery of a BMW M3 to the United States.
The petition says Audi has unveiled its RS6 Avant and calls for BMW to do the same with the G81 M3 Touring.
According to unconfirmed reports, the car will use a 3.0-liter inline-six twin-turbocharged engine, developing 473 horsepower transmitted to a six-speed manual or eight-speed automatic transmission. The Competition version is said to have 503bhp. and the unit will only be combined with an automatic transmission.
Whether you prefer two or three pedals, the information suggests that the spacious BMW M3 will only go on sale in 2023.
In terms of design, the controversial new grille has been subtly balanced with the surrounding air intakes at the front. Also, the new wagon has aggressive side skirts and enlarged wheel arches. At the rear is the same diffuser and four-point exhaust system as seen in the promotional photos.
All is not lost for American enthusiasts as the M3 sedan and M4 coupe will debut on September 23, 2020 and go on sale in early 2021.