BMW M3 turned into a station wagon

BMW M3 turned into a station wagon


The company announced this with the release of the first car teaser featuring a darkened rear.

Numerous batches of spy shots showed trials of the M3 Touring with a long roof, as the company continued to announce the new product.

The design of the station wagon is no longer a mystery, but a new render from the Motor portal shows the style of the car, removing the camouflage from it.

Spy shots have revealed the M3 Touring will arrive with a large, bold grille and sharp front end for the M3 sedan. Major design changes are recorded at the rear, where the long roof and tailgate.

This makes this car more practical than its four-door sibling. M3 Touring will share its powertrain with the M3 sedan. The station wagon will produce up to 503 hp. from its 3.0-liter inline 6-cylinder twin-turbo engine, depending on trim.

Four-wheel drive will be available. The manual transmission will also remain. The BMW M3 Touring looks production-ready, although its official debut is not expected until next year.

The M3 Touring will go on sale later next year as a 2023 model.

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