The new BMW M3 will get a 500-strong version and manual transmissionJanuary 31, 2019
At the forum, Bimmerpost published some details about the next-generation “charged” BMW M3 sedan. In particular, the car will retain a manual transmission, as well as get a version with an engine capacity of more than 500 horsepower.
The new BMW M3 will be completed with a substantially modified three-liter inline six-cylinder engine with two turbines, which will be available in several levels of forcing. The initial modification of the M3 will receive a unit capacity of 450 liters. with., manual transmission, as well as drive to the rear axle.
The return of the engine “medium” version will increase to 475 liters. with., and the top-end modification of Competition will receive a unit with a capacity of over 500 forces. These cars will complete the system with all-wheel drive xDrive and automatic transmission. For cars will be available adaptive suspension, sports M-differential, as well as carbon-ceramic brakes.
According to preliminary data, the mass production of the next generation BMW M3 sedan will start no earlier than the end of 2020.
At the moment, the most powerful and fast road version of the M3 is the model under the CS index. The sedan is completed with a modified three-liter “six” twin-turbo, developing 460 liters. with. and 600 N · m of torque. The engine is paired with a seven-speed robotic gearbox with two clutches.
The BMW M3 CS dials the first “hundred” in 3.9 seconds, which is 0.2 and 0.1 seconds. faster than normal M3 and Competition Package, respectively. The maximum speed of the sedan is electronically enforced at around 280 km per hour.