Video: 2013 BMW M3 testing at the Nurburgring

We are all waiting for the new generation BMW M3 to be launched onto the market sometime in 2013, but the long wait is making us weary and the testing sessions are getting too few and far between for our liking. Luckily, we found this video of the upcoming model as it accelerated out of the Karussell on the Nürburgring Nordschleife.

The future BMW M3 will drop the current 420 HP engine and will replace it with a new twin-turbo 3.0 liter straight-six engine. The engine will take the output up to impressive 450 HP. This video provides us with the chance to the amazing sounds of the future turbocharged inline six-cylinder motor of the upcoming M3.

The new BMW M3 will be a 2013 model year car in Europe, but will be labelled as a 2014 car for the North American market.


I will really wait for this car before I will buy my own car.

Wow. Six- cylinder motor ? That’s really incredible. I’ve only heard three-cylinder but six? Wow. I am going to wait for this car to be launch.

Having the twin turbo makes it more powerful other than the competetitors of this car.

I love the engine of this car, really powerful but the design ? It’s a BIT ridiculous.

Well, the power of this undoubtedly questionable. You can hear it on the video of testing this car.

I think they should do more testing so that they can make sure that when the time that BMW M3 will be launch, it will work properly.

When I heard the roaring of this car, I thought “whoa, this car is great!”.

Having those sounds right on your car will boost your confidence also. How I like to have one right away.

Good to know they have something like this kind of testing. I like to know more about the details of the upcoming M3.

It’s the answer on some issues regarding the handling of the former models.

Whoa. It’s true this BMW M3 is at Nurburging and currently testing its performance. What would be the effect of the launching of M3 on other manufacturers.

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