BMW spoke about when it will introduce the M3 wagonAugust 11, 2020
There was information that the management of the German brand has nevertheless decided to produce a high-performance BMW M3 station wagon. However, it is unclear when the long-awaited novelty may debut.
BMW will unveil the new M3 sedan and M4 coupe next month. While enthusiasts in many countries have been asking the company to introduce the high-performance M3 Touring station wagon, it still hasn’t been introduced to this day either. A new report from the foreign publication BMWBlog says that the automaker’s management has given the green light to the M3 Touring. But at the moment there is no official confirmation from the company about this.
BMWBlog reports that news of the model’s approval came from a “credible” source, adding that “there is a real possibility that this is true.”
Over the years, BMW has been reluctant to expand the BMW M range with the 3 Series station wagon. If the rumor is true, then we won’t see the M3 Touring until 2023.
Meanwhile, development of the “charged” M3 and M4 continues, and spy photos show that test prototypes of these models are beginning to “lose” camouflage. When BMW unveils both cars in September, they will sport a powerful 3.0-liter inline-six B58 engine that is rated at over 500 horsepower. A Pure version will also be offered, which transfers slightly less power, which will be transmitted through a manual transmission to the rear wheels.
We don’t know what the M3 Touring might look like, but there are unofficial renderings that allow a preview of what it might look like. Two of the shots show the rear, giving us a great view of the extended roof and rear window. The lower bumper is sporty and accommodates four tailpipes of the exhaust system. Otherwise, the design of the M3 Touring will resemble the design of a regular M3 sedan, especially at the front – including the large false radiator grille.
Not so long ago, we wrote that the new BMW M3 was captured almost without camouflage. The Carscoops portal on Monday, August 10, published spy shots of the next generation BMW M3 sedan, in which the car was captured with a slight disguise. The novelty should debut in September this year.
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