[VIDEO] Technical details of the new BMW G80 M3

There are many improvements made between the new-generation BMW G80 M3 and its earlier generation F80 BMW M3. Like the F82 M4 and G82 M4, there are probably more changes seen between the two M3s. There is a lot to learn about the new M3 with its massive shift from the previous M3. For some reason, this would cause a bit of a learning curve for some enthusiasts and customers. Find out in this new video of BMW M about the latest M3.

The new G80 M3 comes in its standard rear-wheel-drive architecture, like most new BMW models. Built on an entirely new chassis, it is the same chassis as the 3 Series, upgraded for the M3-duty.

The new BMW G80 M3 arrives with a new S58 3.0 litre twin-turbocharged inline-six engine. It is available on either 473 horsepower as standard or 503 horsepower for the Competition model. Options for its transmission could be a six-speed manual or an eight-speed auto. For the first time, M3 customers can now choose between a rear-wheel drive or an all-wheel-drive for their new buddy.

Moreover, BMW presumes North America to be its largest market for the new M3 by far and away. As a matter of fact, BMW expects a 41-percent market share from the U.S, which is quite intriguing. What is more interesting is BMW anticipates the U.K with a 14-percent market share, coming in second. BMW expects its M3 Competition with xDrive to be the most well-known version of the car.

BMW Blog had a quick taste in Palm Beach, Florida, of the new BMW G80 M3. However, wanting more time to test the new M3 to feel what it is like to drive. The new BMW G80 M3 coming with its stunning looks seemed heavier than its previous-gen M3s. It still does have the makings to be an overall outstanding sports car. A ride with the new M3 would surely not let you get your hands off it.

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