[VIDEO] BMW’s M3 Touring Frozen Black Turns Heads at the 2023 Brussels Motor Show

The Brussels Motor Show showcases an array of impressive vehicles. Among them, BMW’s latest offerings will surely capture visitors’ attention. The highly-anticipated M2 G87, XM, and 3.0 CSL are on display. Additionally, the long-awaited M3 Touring makes its debut at the event. This marks the first production model with an extended roof. The car is finished in an Individual colour, the striking Frozen Black, making it a true standout at the event.

A carbon fibre exterior kit and laser headlights distinguish BMW’s late response to the AMG C63 Estate and the Audi RS4 Avant as having higher specifications. The company explains it would have been too difficult to modify the manufacturing process for what is anticipated to be a very low-volume product. It’s also why there is no carbon roof option for the G81.

The speedy wagon retains the same 19-inch front and 20-inch rear 1000M set. It features a standard five-lugnut layout, despite BMW’s previously introduced centre-lock wheels for the 3.0 CSL and M2 G87. It is worth noting that the M3 Touring can only be purchased with an automatic transmission. This is because it is only offered in Competition form with xDrive.

The all-rounder from BMW M has the iDrive 8 with curved glass housing a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster. It also carries a 14.9-inch touchscreen, just like the less expensive 3 Series models. In this instance, the M3 Touring has been upgraded with additional carbon fibre front bucket seats. Being a Touring at its core, this luxury vehicle is still efficient, but it now has additional performance built in.

The BMW M5 Touring is back and better than ever. Equipped with a twin-turbo 4.4-litre V8 engine and a plug-in hybrid powertrain, it delivers an impressive 700 horsepower. Perfect for those in the market for a high-performance wagon, the M5 Touring will be available in the United States, where its smaller counterpart, the M3 Touring, is not yet offered. The spacious and powerful vehicle is the perfect choice for those looking for speed and performance. Keep an eye out for the M5 Touring.

Despite being introduced almost two years after the sedan, the M3 Touring is anticipated to have a lengthy shelf life. According to rumours, BMW will continue to produce the go-faster wagon through the middle of 2027, with cosmetic changes scheduled for then.

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