From the station wagon BMW 3 Series made the most powerful M3 F80July 5, 2020
Tuning studio M Conversions decided to significantly upgrade the wagon BMW 320d. The car received all the technical stuffing, from the high-performance sedan BMW M3 Competition F80.
For those fans of the Bavarian brand who dream of acquiring a high-performance station wagon BMW M3 generation F80, which BMW itself does not plan to do, the wait is finally over. For a small fee of £ 80,000, you can purchase one of the 20 hand-built F80 BMW M3 wagons created by the M Conversions team in Nottingham.
This “dream wagon” combines all the features of a high-performance M3 sedan with a practical wagon interior, making it the perfect family car.
This particular M3 was previously a diesel station wagon in version 320d and by the time the project began, it had a mileage of 1287.48 km on its odometer.
The team at M Conversions set to work, equipping the car with a 444-horsepower powerplant and suspension from a “charged” BMW M3 Competition F80 sedan.
In addition, the car received a dual-clutch transmission and a limited-slip differential. The M Conversions team also replaced the braking system with the one installed in the M3 sedan, adaptive suspension and reinforced the wagon chassis.
Inside, it will be difficult for you to find any hints of the interior of the 320d station wagon, as the interior was all borrowed from the BMW M3 F80 sedan, including excellent seats, as well as the chic leather trim that you expect to find in the top-end BMW model.
Not so long ago, our publication wrote that the tuner introduced a version of the BMW X3 M for the perfect drift. This version of the high-performance Bavarian crossover has a rear-wheel drive mode, making the car well suited for drifting. So far, the tuner is testing a new feature.
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