The fans of the Bavarian brand and its high-performance division, BMW M, are in luck, and the spy photographers have just photographed what could become the BMW M3 2020. It is not something new since a few months ago its front part could be seen, but now, you can see the rear of the BMW M3 2020 on the assembly line.
Also, this snapshot has published on Facebook, specifically on the Evolve Automotive page. They say it is the future BMW M3 housing with a 194 led bulb foglight, but at the moment there is no official confirmation.
As we have commented, the propeller brand has not made this information official, but if it is finally the new BMW M3 2020, we can say that the sedan is certainly more aggressive than its younger brother, the BMW M340i.
As you can see in the image, the high-performance German saloon features black side skirts that provide extra aggression. This tonic continues in the rear bumper as it has a black border that surrounds a sports diffuser. This result is the color of the body and has cuts to equip an exhaust system with four exits.
Bmw M3 2020, Revealed Early?
Although the image does not give us much more information, the car has a shadow edge and a larger spoiler than its predecessors. Also, we can focus our attention on the bulky rear fenders and lightweight alloy wheels of large proportions, which will be between 20 ″ and 21 ″
The German manufacturer has not said much about the next model. Still, BMW M boss Markus Flash has confirmed that the sedan will use the same 3.0-liter M TwinPower Turbo six-cylinder engine. It is the same as the BMW X3 M and the BMW X4 M. Also, flash has pointed out the access model will have 480 hp, while the Competition variant will have a power of 510 hp.
The BMW M3 2020 Competition will have a whopping 510 horsepower
At that time, Flasch confirmed that the car would equip with an all-wheel-drive system that is “very similar” to that used in the new BMW M5. As a result, the system will probably be voidable so that owners can enjoy proper rear-wheel-drive wear.
Rumors have also indicated that there will be a variant called “Pure” with rear-wheel drive and a six-speed manual transmission. It remains to see if this proposal will finally be carried out. Still, BMW M CEO Markus Flasch could have hinted at this when he assured several media outlets that “we will also make rear-wheel-drive cars, the purest ones too and a manual change of lever.”
Although there are many followers of BMW and specifically of BMW M. The brand has not wanted to unveil the date in which finally the new German high-performance saloon will begin to roll by the most famous routes in the world. And will begin to reach the hands of Some lucky drivers.