The network turned out to be the first photos of the BMW 3 Series wagonMay 6, 2019
It is reported that the official presentation of the long-awaited German wagon will be held in the coming weeks. On the prices and options for new items so far nothing is known, although they are unlikely to be very different from those offered for the sedan of this compact family.
The spread of SUVs and crossovers slowly “kills” some types of cars – many automakers are just beginning to exclude them from their model series. But the Bavarian premium brand BMW is clearly not one of them. In the near future, there will be an official presentation of the BMW 3 Series wagon, which is known by the intra-factory G21 index.
The long-awaited Bavarian novelty was spotted at the end of last month on the Nürburgring race track – it was reported that the brand’s engineers had experienced a more powerful version of the M340i.
This time, on tests, a less productive version of the car was seen. In general, the wagon is unlikely to be very different from the version of the model in the sedan. The main difference will be the elongated rear of the car, which will offer more space compared to the 480 liters available in the current G20 station wagon.
It is quite possible that the guys from BMW will present the off-road Audi A4 Allroad and Mercedes C-Class All-Terrain on the basis of a versatile 3-series rival. But this is just a rumor. Speaking of rumors, it is expected that we are only a few weeks away from the official debut of the station wagon, which for some reason was not shown in Geneva in March of this year. It is possible that the guys from the Bavarian brand will think carefully and present a high-performance performance of their new product – yes, yes, this is about M3 Touring.
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