These shots show the powerful 2021 BMW M3 in real lifeSeptember 24, 2020
A new series of photographs, which we got our hands on a couple of minutes ago, shows us how the powerful 2021 BMW M3 looks on public roads.
Surprisingly, the design of the updated M3 in the real world – on public roads, looks somewhat softer than in official photos. However, we expect that those who do not really like the huge size of the saloon grille and “dented” front bumper will be able to see only these design features. BMW, which unveiled the new M3 earlier this week, is likely to continue work on the sedan ahead of series production. It is expected that the start of sales of a powerful new car will take place no earlier than March 2021.
Behind this protruding grille lies a powerful BMW 3.0-liter in-line six-cylinder twin turbo engine.
In the standard M3, its output is 473 horsepower (550 Nm). If you choose a more powerful version of the Competition, then the same engine will already produce 503 hp. (649 Nm). A six-speed manual transmission is standard on the 2021 M3, while only an eight-speed automatic will be available for the Competition version.
The “wild” exterior design of the BMW M3 has also influenced its interior – bright colors and seats with strong side bolsters. It is known that the base price for a powerful new product will be $ 69,900. The price for the M3 Competition will start at $ 72,800. BMW has yet to release pricing for the all-wheel-drive versions of the sedan because that version of the M3 won’t hit the brand’s dealerships until the end of next year.
Not so long ago, our publication wrote that the electric BMW i4M could debut in 2021. The desire to release an electric version of the charged sedan became known after the premiere of the classic M3 and M4 models.
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