German automaker BMW takes to their Instagram to tease the possible release of a BMW M3 Touring. The Instagram post can with a photo of what we believe to be the BMW M3 Touring in question accompanied by a two-word comment that reads: "Mic Drop."
The photo of the M3 doesn't give much insight into the overall build of the wagon design. But does provide a shadowy glimpse of the exhaust system, rear diffuser, and rear silhouette.
Wagon lovers don't rejoice quite yet. According to reports from Road & Track, BMW has confirmed that the M3 Touring will not be making its way to American roads, but for lucks sake, here's what we think you can expect from the release of M3 sedan that would mirror the M3 Touring.
The standard edition would come equipped with a twin-turbo 3.0 liter straight six blowing 473 horsepower and 442 lb-ft of torque via a six-speed manual. A competition M3 Touring would pack 503 horsepower with BMW's eight-speed automatic gearbox. Both standard and competition versions would be available in rear or all-wheel drive options. With these stats, the M3 Touring would be a real competitor to Audi's RS6 Avant wagon and Mercedes-AMG E63 S.
Even though the BMW M3 Touring is not expected to be seen until around 2024, while there is no official word, we have high hopes that we will peak at the M3 wagon during the unveiling of the new M3 and M4 next-gens in September.
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