The BMW M3 is a high-performance version of the BMW 3 Series, developed by BMW’s in-house motorsport division, BMW M GMBH. M3 models have been produced for every generation of 3 Series since the E30 M3 was introduced in 1986. So again with a bang, BMW is ready with it’s a new surprise, the new upcoming 2020 BMW M3.
The model M3 is expected to launch in mid-2020 along with the next-generation M4. BMW has been preparing its next iteration of the highly anticipated M3 sports sedan for some time. The sedan has been spied testing at Nürburgring tracks, as spotted in live images.
It is just in it’s prototyping and testing stages. The 2020 BMW M3 isn’t quite ready to show its dace yet, but it’s getting closer. This time around, the prototype is wearing a production-ready front fascia with enough padding to hide most of the features of chassis and exteriors. From the pictures, we can clearly see the arrow-shaped LED running lamps that separate the light and dims. Furthermore, it is clear that the shape of the headlights themselves a little more unique as compared to the previous models. Padding has been removed from the hood, but the only revel here is that there are a pair of mild body lines.
Around back, things haven’t changed a whole lot. This M3 prototype is still void of the official exhaust outlets, but they do appear to have been spaced out just a little more.
The taillights have been in place for a while, taking a unique shape. It poses zero aerodynamic assistance, but with a nice aesthetic touch. The side-view mirrors are now what we can expect from M production that is really top-notch.
The company has believed in never settling for sheer driving pleasure concept. This can be seen in ever in both interiors and performance.
The interiors comprise of Seating for up to five passengers total, new steering wheel design, heated seats and heated steering wheel options, All-digital gauge cluster, an optional sports seats and a more passenger room overall for more comfort.
The powertrain comprises of new engine package, same as the M4 with twin-turbo 3.0-litre inline six-cylinder producing 500 horsepower peak power, mated to eight-speed automatic. This news is not official, so take it with a pinch of salt!.