New BMW M3 G80 spotted at the NurburgringApril 26, 2020
The “charged” sedan of model year 2021 went for tests.
The next BMW M3 will not be introduced until next year. Despite this, BMW is testing the G80 generation of its sedan at the Nurburgring in Nurburg, Germany. The new M3 was caught in tight camouflage by photo spies.
A spy video with the new product was published by the Statesidesupercars channel on Youtube. You can clearly hear how the new S58 203 M3 engine works. We recommend that you wear the best pair of headphones for this so that you can appreciate the sound coming from the four exhaust pipes.
It should be noted that you hear the same 3.0-liter turbocharged two-cylinder engine installed in the powerful X3 M and X4 M SUVs with 473 horsepower and 600 Newton meters of torque.
In addition, BMW has confirmed that the novelty will receive a mechanical transmission and drive to choose from: rear or full. Although the M3 G80 was completely covered with film here, the rear of the sedan was already declassified and BMW. The official debut of the model is likely to happen online due to the current pandemic and its expected consequences.
But do not expect this to happen so soon. The German brand has already confirmed that the new BMW M3 will go to dealerships by 2021, so the presentation will take place by the end of the year.
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