2023 BMW M3 overtook the Nurburgring in 7: 35.060 seconds, setting a new record for station cars
The teaser campaign for the BMW M3 Touring is coming home, and the company has released a video showing the model bypassing the Nurburgrin at 7:35,060.
This is a new record for the car, and it shows that BMW has achieved its goal of creating “the fastest real estate.” Also worth mentioning is the M3 Touring announced better times Unlike second-generation models such as the Acura / Honda NSX, BMW M5 Competition (F90) and Lamborghini Gallardo LP 570-4 Superleggera – to name a few.
The M3 Touring will be officially unveiled on June 23, but the model has been tested several times and the patent office has released it. It follows in the footsteps of the M3, not surprisingly, and features a distinctive anterior fascia with a lattice entrance and a beaver-toothed lattice lined with vertical air curtains. The car also has a convex hood, aerodynamic mirror covers and a four-tube exhaust system.
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Details will be announced later this month, but the model is expected to be presented only in the form of a full-fledged Competition. As a result, we have 503 hp. You can expect a 3.0-liter two-cylinder six-cylinder engine that develops torque (375 kW / 510 PS) and 479 pound-feet (650 Nm). This setup allows the M3 Competition xDrive sedan to accelerate from 0-60 mph (0-96 km / h) in 3.4 seconds to 180 mph (290 km / h).
Unfortunately, Americans cannot enjoy the wagon because it remains a forbidden fruit.