Here’s the upcoming BMW M3 Touring before you’re supposed to see it
The M3 Touring is still two years away, but here’s an accurate renderingby Ciprian Florea, on
BMW just confirmed that it will produce a wagon version of the hot M3 and released a teaser of the vehicle’s rear end. The beefed-up wagon won’t hit showrooms until 2022, but it will most likely borrow the front section from the M3 sedan, a car that will break cover in September. Thanks to this new rendering, we don’t have to wait until then to see how the M3 Touring will look like.
The next-generation M3 sedan is still a mystery technically, but it's been confirmed that, just like its predecessor, it will look similar to the M4 coupe.
The M4 debuted earlier in 2020, so we already know how the M3 sedan will look front and rear. Up front, it will feature the controversial kidney grille that stretches over the entire height of the front fascia. It will be flanked by almost oval headlamps with sharp corners at the top and honeycomb-style vents at the bottom. It will also borrow the heavily sculpted engine hood and the tall vents in the front fenders.
The wagon version will be identical here, and similarities to the M3 sedan will continue toward the B-pillars. From there, it will look like the standard 3 Series Touring that’s already in dealerships, but the rear end will feature, as seen in the official teaser, a sportier tailgate spoiler and an aggressive diffuser with a quad-exhaust layout.
Set to arrive in 2022, this will be the first-ever wagon version of the M3.
Up until now, BMW only offered Touring versions of the M5. Unfortunately, the M3 Touring won’t come to the United States. Find out more about the upcoming grocery getter in our article here.
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