Tuners introduced the charged station wagon BMW M3 CS TouringJanuary 6, 2020
The Bavarian brand abandoned the idea of producing a sports station wagon, but this did not stop the craftsmen.
BMW has never offered a Touring version of the M3, although rumors regularly appear on the Web that the Bavarians are really considering the idea of releasing the M3 station wagon. However, the Dutch tuning studio Fullcartuning in the person of founder and owner Sander Koelemy did not wait.
Mr. Koelemy fulfilled his dream of creating an M3 CS Touring, taking the F80 M3 CS and G21 3 Series Touring sedans as the basis for his project. For assembly, only original spare parts were used, including the M3 CS engine with 454 hp, transmission, suspension, brakes, lighting, modules, interior and much more.
The end result was amazing. The wagon body has a gray color, and the car also received wider wings and forged matte wheels, which shod in Michelin Pilot Sport 4S tires.
The debut of the world’s first BMW M3 CS Touring took place at the Essen Motor Show in early December 2019. Most likely, he will remain the only one if someone else does not dare to undertake such a project.
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