It existed in the dreams of many sports car enthusiasts, but now it has come true and has an official name: BMW M3 Touring.
In one of the most enthusiastic launches of recent times on the world market, increasingly polarized by SUVs, Bimmer reveals a young mother, who, even near the end, shows that the same can be sweet.
At the age of 50 for the M and 36 for the M3, the Touring station wagon appears to grace the world in times of strong electrification, with its inline six 3.0 TwinPower Turbo M S58.
The 517 horses, accompanied by its 66 kgfm of torque, make the Bimmer wagon M3 take off from immobility to 100 km/h in 3.6 seconds with the needle hitting 250 km/h.
For those who will buy the car (probably everyone), the M Driver Package will take the now-iconic M3 Touring to 280 km/h.
With AWD xDrive traction, the BMW M3 Touring will stick to the ground, but let the bulky rear slide with 2WD mode, that is, there is tire and smoke.
That’s because the DSC (Dynamic Stability Control) is deactivated and the daring goes to whoever is behind the wheel.
The M3 Touring also has adaptive M suspension with electronically controlled dampers and M Servotronic steering with variable ratio.
With the option of carbon-ceramic disc brakes, the BMW M3 Touring is supported on huge 19 and 20 rim wheels, respectively at the front and rear, properly negative in camber.
With Road, Track and Sport modes, the M3 Touring encompasses a series of functionalities, such as the M Drift Analyzer and M Laptimer, as well as M sport seats, 12.3-inch digital cluster and iDrive multimedia with 14.9-inch screen. .
But for those who really want to get it ready for life’s track days, M Sport shell-style seats are optional and made of carbon fiber.
With all this and more, the BMW M3 Touring still takes the family to “walk” with 500 liters of luggage in another “quick” vacation trip… Save the wagons!