At the heart of the development of the new BMW M3

After the revelation of the BMW 4 Series and its grille which does not stop dividing, the German manufacturer goes to serious matters with certainly the most awaited model: the BMW M3. The new generation 3 Series has been on the market for several months, and we can’t wait to discover and get behind the wheel of the most formidable version.

The wait seems to be coming to an end, since BMW M finally around one of its flagship models. Until then, we only had the right to a few spy photos of the beast thanks to the work of our photographers, but today, the manufacturer publishes a video that takes us to the heart of the development of this new generation of M3.

It is still not possible to see the beast without its heavy camouflage. Fortunately for you, we have a completely naked photo of her that you can rediscover by clicking here. In this long video, it is the development managers of the new M3 who speak to discuss the road behavior of the sportswoman as well as the changes made to make it even better than the previous generation.

Officials do not hide it, this new generation is the “best in class”, the Mercedes-AMG C 63 S just have to behave! This generation marks the arrival of an all-wheel drive, a first for the BMW M3 which is historically typed propulsion. BMW M does not deny its roots and offers a version or a two-wheel drive mode so that the driver can his acrobatic figures and take more pleasure at the wheel.

Under the hood, we will find the 3.0-liter twin-turbo inline six-cylinder engine. It is said that this generation will be available in two power levels: 480 and 510 hp. As for the transmission, a manual transmission would be on the program as we have reported in the past. While waiting to learn more, make way for the video!

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