See Glimpses of the 2021 BMW M3 before Its Debut
BMW showed a few scenes before the launch of the 2021 M3 sedan. We can see that it is painted green, has an aggressive looking rear end, and is transmitted by six-speed manual. Both the M3 and the related M4 coupe will be released on September 23rd. The new BMW M3 and M4 are on […]
- BMW showed a few scenes before the launch of the 2021 M3 sedan.
- We can see that it is painted green, has an aggressive looking rear end, and is transmitted by six-speed manual.
- Both the M3 and the related M4 coupe will be released on September 23rd.
The new BMW M3 and M4 are on the edge, and the BMW M’s Instagram page has given us some secret views of the M3 in an attractive shade of bright green. A set Instagram stories The M3’s front, rear and – most importantly, its six-speed manual transmission displays buttons.
The new G80 generation M3 and M4 will launch on September 23rd and they are expected to share engines with the X3 M and X4 M SUVs. That means the rear-wheel drive and manual transmission must have a dual-turbo 3.0-liter inline-six with 473 horsepower for standard models. The all-wheel drive is offered on the M3 for the first time, with a competitive version packing 503 horsepower and an eight-speed automatic transmission.
As we have seen in the spy photos, both the sedan and the coupe have been spotted for the first time in the new 4-Series and will be controversial with the tall kidney grill. Otherwise, they have wider bodies compared to their non-M counterparts and have larger exhaust tips, wider wheels and tires and the average ventilation and air in M cars. There is also a wagon version, the M3 Touring, but unfortunately we do not have that model in the US
We look forward to finding all the details and specifications of the new 2021 BMW M3 and M4, so check back here in a few days for the full download.
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