BMW M3 wagon revealed

It’s taken six generations, but a BMW M3 wagon is finally here. The German marque’s performance division unveiled the much-anticipated longroof M3 on Wednesday. With a 503 hp powertrain and all-wheel-drive, it’s a true performance wagon. Check out more photos of the M3 Touring below: This is the first M3 wagon since the model was first introduced in 1986, although, as Car and Driver points out, one almost debuted during the E36 generation (1992–1999). Like the top-of-the-range M3 Competition xDrive sedan, the Touring is powered by a 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged inline-six. BMW’s xDrive system will also let you toggle between four-wheel-drive, four-wheel-drive Sport, rear-wheel-drive, and there’s even a mode that will make drifting easier. The extended roof pushes the vehicles cargo capacity to 18 cubic feet, a number that increases to 53 cubic feet when the seats are folded down. (Robb Report). Continue reading.

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