By the end of next year BMW will launch the M3 sedan the sixth generation, with a 510-horsepower engine and all-wheel drive.
BMW will launch its new “charged” sedan M3 in the second half of 2020. The car will undergo dramatic changes, with the result that for the first time all the power will not be transmitted to the rear wheels, and on all four.
The new BMW M3 will be powered by the latest 3.0-litre petrol engine with two turbines, which is available in two versions forces: in the basic configuration, its impact is 480 HP, while the more powerful Convertible will boast 510 HP of power. It is expected that in the UK prices on the most powerful version will start with a mark of 65 thousand pounds.
The recently updated model M5, BMW M3 will be equipped with advanced all-wheel drive system that allows the driver to send all engine power to the rear wheels at will.
Latest M3 should also be lighter and more maneuverable than the previous generation model, thanks to the introduction of the new platform BMW CLAR. Head of division of BMW M, Carsten Pearce, said earlier: “We know that globally there is huge fan base for M-series, and we will do everything we can to make them happy, and all we can do, in order not to disappoint them.”