See how the “charged” BMW M3 sedan drives on the Autobahn

See how the “charged” BMW M3 sedan drives on the Autobahn

May 3, 2021 0 By autotimesnews

A video has appeared on the Youtube channel, which shows a rather dynamic ride on a “charged” BMW M3 sedan. The car drives on the Autobahn at speeds up to 289.62 km / h.

Many speed enthusiasts choose BMW M cars precisely because this automaker manages to create ideal cars for various race tracks such as the German Nürburgring, as well as for ordinary intercity roads. To see if the new G80-generation BMW M3 can handle these challenges, YouTube blogger AutoTopNL took to the Autobahn, driving a high-performance BMW M3 sedan equipped with a manual transmission.

The BMW M3 G80 is one of those models from the Bavarian automaker that received a new BMW styling. This controversial design has been a hot topic of conversation for the “charged” BMW M3 and M4 for a while and often overshadows the performance of these cars.

It is already known that this year, the BMW M3 will be presented in two versions.

The basic version of the novelty will be able to boast a capacity of 473 horsepower and a torque of 550 Nm. Under the hood is a 3.0-liter inline-six twin turbocharged engine. For those looking for more power, the BMW M3 Competition offers 503 horsepower from a slightly modified six.

If you’re looking for an M3 with a manual transmission, you’ll need to go with the base model. Unfortunately, the extra horsepower and torque of the M3 Competition engine is too much for a 6-speed manual transmission, so a manual gearshift scheme is only possible with the base engine. For a more powerful version of the powerful sedan, an all-wheel drive system and an automatic transmission are offered.

Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that the updated crossover BMW X5 M was filmed on tests in winter conditions. Western publications have published photos from tests of the updated crossover BMW X5 M. The car as a whole looks the same as the current version of the model, but you can still see clear changes in the design of the new item.