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Unadulterated racing feeling: the first BMW M3 Touring.


Extravagant, individual and pure racing feeling: the first high-performance BMW M3 Touring joins the popular BMW M family to mark the 50th anniversary of M.

Salzburg (OTS) – The first BMW M3 Touring combines unadulterated racing feeling with a particularly individual character and enhanced functional qualities. With a powerful output of over 500 hp, the model accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in just 3.6 seconds! Its variably usable interior helps the first BMW M3 Touring to achieve an independent profile. This creates new opportunities to experience M-typical performance in everyday life. An extravagant exterior design clearly highlights its individual vehicle concept. It ensures clear differentiation within the model series and a uniquely dynamic appearance in the competitive environment. An Austrian at heart: All engines of the BMW M3 Touring are manufactured at the BMW Group plant in Steyr!

Orders will be available from September 2022, with the market launch of the BMW M3 Touring starting in November 2022.

For more information, visit the [BMW PressClub.] (

BMW Group in Austria
Michael Ebner
Head of Communications Austria
+43 662 8383-9100
[email protected]

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