Charged BMW M3 2020 test at the Nürburgring race trackApril 16, 2019
The long-awaited update for the compact sedan from Bavaria will be shown at the Frankfurt Motor Show (Germany). Nothing has been heard about the date of commencement of sales and prices for the car.
A few days ago, foreign journalists already took photos of the long-awaited German novelty – the “charged” BMW M3 sedan. Today we have another batch of similar images, as well as some new information about this car. The current tests are held at the Nürburgring race track – this time the car passes high-speed tests.
Camouflage film on the back of the novelty still hides the appearance of a powerful sedan, so from this point of view, the photos we have published cannot show anything new.
One of the pictures shows how the car leans heavily on the right side when it comes out of the turn and it was at this moment that the camera worked, giving us, perhaps, the best snapshot of the new M3 profile at the moment. Pay attention to the very long hood.
We have already heard a lot of rumors about the German novelty. We have long known that the sedan should debut at the end of this year at the Frankfurt Motor Show (Germany), and that under its hood there will be a 3.0-liter engine with turbocharging with a capacity of 480 horsepower. We also heard about the performance of the novelty, which will be called the Pure – such a car will receive a little less power and manual transmission.
Now there are persistent rumors that the high-performance coupe M4 will be shown at the same auto show, which will probably share a powerful engine with the new BMW M3.
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