2023 BMW M3 Touring Gets Individual Paint and Bucket Seats

The 2023 G81 BMW M3 Touring has arrived at Swiss dealer Alpina Group. It looks stunning in Frozen Pure Grey Metallic Individual paint and features optional laser headlights. Plus, it sports anniversary emblems commemorating M’s 50th anniversary.

The carbon ceramic brakes’ gold callipers may be seen by spectators with keen eyes. Moreover, the 826 M set’s two-tone wheels are represented by gold callipers. As a reminder, the M3 Touring does not have a carbon fibre roof option. It’s because the lightweight panel is only available on the sedan. This option for the M340i was offered by BMW with the launch of the 3 Series LCI a few months ago. But once again, it is only available on the sedan.

This new G81 is unique because of its optional body-hugging seats. While some may consider BMW’s decision to market a wagon with carbon fibre bucket seats excessive for a Touring model, they can opt for the standard M Sport seats. Despite its estate status, the long-roof M3 is a practical vehicle. Thanks to its 40:20:40 split folding seats in the back.

The M3 Touring’s decision to use the same tall kidney grille as the sedan has drawn criticism from some who believe it is impractical and difficult to please everyone. Additionally, some people object to the Operating System 8 screens protruding past the dashboard. The cost of the vehicle has also been a concern. Accordingly, checking only a few options can raise the price to six figures, a significant increase over an M340i Touring that retains an inline-six engine behind a traditional front grille.

Early adopters will soon be able to purchase BMW M’s late response to the AMG C63 Estate and Audi RS4 Avant after it began production at the Munich facility last month.

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