Finally, It’s Revealed! The New BMW M3 Touring Is Being Revealed

BMW has at long last shown the public its first-ever M3 Touring, following months of teasing images and leaked photos. It is derived from the BMW 3-Series wagon and employs the same twin-turbo straight-six powertrain that can be found in the M3 Competition Sedan, along with all of the same chassis and traction goodies. The only negative aspect is that it will not be available in the United States.

The BMW M3 can be used as a car for day-to-day driving. It is able to accommodate you and your family or friends, in addition to a dog in the back seat, and it has plenty of power to boot. As was to be expected, the vehicle is equipped with a M-tuned twin-turbo three-liter straight-six engine that generates 510 horsepower and 479 pound-feet of torque. With these figures, the wagon version of the BMW M3 Competition Touring with M xDrive can accelerate from 0 to 62 miles per hour in just 3.6 seconds

The New BMW M3 Touring Is Being Revealed
After 12.9 seconds, 124 MPH is reached, and an electronically capped top speed of 155 MPH has been applied in accordance with BMW specifications. The top speed of the BMW M3 Touring can be increased to 174 miles per hour by purchasing the M Driver’s Package, which removes the speed limiter from the vehicle and allows it to go faster.

All of this is made possible thanks to the four-wheel-drive system that is exclusive to the brand and can be customized by the driver to meet their specific requirements. For instance, the power can be split between the wheels in order to achieve the highest possible levels of grip, or it can be switched to rear-wheel drive in order to achieve a lower level of grip.

The New BMW M3 Touring Is Being Revealed

The Touring, like the cars that came before it, has a suspension called “Adaptive M” that is equipped with electronically controlled shock absorbers and steering called “M Servotronic” that has variable ratios. These features help the mid-weight car feel more nimble and lighter when maneuvering around tight bends and smaller, quicker roads. Carbon-ceramic brakes are available as an option and can be installed behind 19- or 20-inch rims.

The BMW M3 Touring will make its public debut in the flesh for the first time at this weekend’s Goodwood Festival of Speed. Orders for the vehicle will begin in September, and production won’t start until November 2022. You should plan on spending approximately $80,000 USD before adding any options.

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