The new BMW M3 again appeared on the testsNovember 14, 2019
In these pictures from the tests of the Bavarian news, you and I can see the updated taillights, as well as most of the headlights. The updated version of the “charged” BMW M3 sedan will be shown next year.
Little by little, the BMW team removes camouflage from test prototypes of the “new” generation M3 sedan. It is understandable, because the presentation of the serial version of the machine will take place at the beginning of next year.
Take, for example, this test sample of the novelty, whose “spy” photos were published a couple of minutes ago. We can already see the taillights, as well as most of the headlights. Apparently, the latter will differ from those used on regular versions of the 3-series sedan and will have much in common with those headlights that the next-generation 4-series coupe will receive. They can also be called similar to the headlights that are used in the flagship coupe of the 8-series.
Also, we cannot but mention a rather large false radiator grille, which is similar to the scandalous concept Concept 4. This car had branded nostrils that were simply unrealistically large.
Under the camouflage, wing extenders and a neat trunk lid spoiler are hidden, but the exhaust pipes seem to stick out not from the serial bumper – cutouts for these very pipes are too crudely made.
It is known that the new version of the high-performance BMW M3 will have both rear-wheel drive and all-wheel drive versions, which will receive manual or automatic transmission. A 3.0-liter inline six-cylinder twin-turbo engine with a capacity of 503 horsepower (600 Nm) should be under the hood. It goes without saying that a little later, BMW will introduce more powerful versions of the model. Serial production of the new M3 will not begin until the end of 2020.
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