The BMW M3 Touring will officially be revealed this week at the Goodwood Festival of Speed this week but it has already made headlines by setting a record at the Nürburgring Nordschleife.
Having just driven the new BMW M240i xDrive, this YouTube title caught our eye and we just had to share it with you.
If you are not so keen on the idea of an electrified M car then best you get your hands on one of the new little M’s.
Since BMW M GmbH is the honoured marque, you can expect an overload of highlights from the Bavarian manufacturer.
We know how everyone received the oversized grille and while some of you loved it, we could say a majority hated it.
Today exactly 50 years ago, a momentous occasion occurred in the automotive performance world. BMW M was born.
BMW is only planning to produce 1000 units worldwide making it rather rare and extremely enticing for customers and collectors.
This will be cheaper than the xDrive version and offer more driving fun with no power going to the front axle.
A few changes on the outside are offset by a substantial interior update.
A world premiere will take place before the end of 2022 as a culmination of the M division’s 50th anniversary.