The new BMW M3 Touring is about to debut. The first family sports car of the German brand has already set one of its most important records in the sales arguments, a new record at the Nürburgring circuit that makes it the fastest family car in its category on the German track.
The great brands live by records, and BMW could not pass up the opportunity to demonstrate to its closest rivals that the unprecedented M3 Touring it is one of the fastest station wagons on the market, especially in its category. The first variant of more practical and versatile bodywork that the German manufacturer is about to present. For now only in Europe, taking advantage before his debut to establish his particular mark in the time table of the circuit of Nurburgring.
The Munich sports firm already has one more new record to add to its showcases, this time with the new BMW M3 Touring that, disappeared for a few weeks from the tests on public roads, keeping the prototypes spotted in spy photos in the last year in a safe place, has waited until shortly before its planned debut for the Goodwood Festival of Speedto ensure, and announce, one of the best times by stopping the stopwatch at 7:35:06.
Take a look at the record of the new BMW M3 Touring at the Nürburgring circuit
BMW M3 Touring 2022, high performance and versatility
The icing on the range of the BMW 3 Series Touring will arrive on the European market in mid-2023, approximately, at the end of spring, as production is scheduled for the end of next November. The model benefits from all the novelties that have recently arrived with the facelift of the half life cycle to the family and sedan range, also adding the new curved screen inside. A plus of cache and technology that, together with the versatility and the generous volume of the trunk, make it an ideal option for lovers of space and high performance.
A true record that catapults it to the top of its category, and that forces those with the three-pointed star to demonstrate that the new plug-in hybrid system with “AMG E Performance” technology is capable of destroying this brand in the new Mercedes-AMG C63 Estate. Another authentic beast that, at least in terms of power, does surpass the Bavarian, with 544 hp in normal conditions and no less than 650 hp with a “Boost” function, compared to 510 hp in the new M3 Touring.
The second model in the M3 range mounts the same 3.0-litre twin-turbo six-cylinder engine, with a maximum power of 510 hp. This version, the M3 Touring M Competition xDrive will be the only one for sale dispensing with the 480 hp option. The change 8-speed sport automatic also part of this equation, without the possibility of a six-speed manual transmission. In just over a week we will tell you all the details of this new addition to the BMW and BMW M range.