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BMW M3 Touring

BMW unveils the long-awaited M3 Touring, the first-ever touring model to wear the M3 badge. Powered by an M TwinPower Turbo 510 hp inline-six, the high-performance hatchback gets from 0-62 in just 3.6 seconds and can get to 174 mph when equipped with the M Driver's Package. It also features an all-wheel-drive system with rear-biased tuning via the 4WD Spot mode, a blend of sportiness and comfort via careful model-specific chassis engineering, and an optional M Compound braking system for the ultimate in stopping power. 

Obviously, practicality is one of the car's biggest features with a highly adjustable rear area that can expand cargo storage from 17 cubic feet to an incredibly spacious 53 cubic feet with the seats folded down. As for interior comfort and technology, the M3 touring features the brand's new BMW Curved Display, electronically adjustable M Sport seats, optional M Carbon bucket seats, and a full-size row of seats in the rear. You've also got three-zone automatic climate control, BMW Live Cockpit Plus with BMW Maps navigation, ambient lighting, and the latest in BMW safety and driver assistance features. 

And as you've already guessed, there are no current plans to bring it to the US. 


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