[VIDEO] The Luxurious BMW M3 Touring in Frozen Pure Grey

For enthusiasts, a low-slung coupe or a sporty hatchback might be more desirable than wagons. The ideal solution for a one-car garage is created when high levels of performance and practicality are combined. The C63 and E63 Estate from AMG and the RS4 and RS6 Avant models from Audi have long filled this market need. Who knows what BMW has been up to all this time?

It has been developing the first-ever M3 Touring. This provides M Performance versions of the 3 Series and 5 Series Touring models. It has finally arrived (but not in the US) to replace the vacuum left by the loss of the M5 Touring E61 more than ten years ago. We currently reside in 2023, a year in which pricey luxury cars are the norm. As a result, you end up with a wagon that costs more than €172,000.

A premium M3 Touring model is shown in this recent video. In Switzerland, where the video was filmed, the Frozen Pure Grey metallic paint was from the Individual catalogue. It costs €4,400 for the all-wheel-drive super wagon. Additionally, it comes with the M Carbon Exterior Package ($5,300) and the pricey ($12,000) carbon ceramic brakes.

A 3 Series Touring includes Merino leather, laser headlights, and other gizmos. This costs about as much as the long-gone M760i with its potent V12 engine. That is not to argue that the Mercedes-AMG C63 Estate or the Audi RS4 Avant are less expensive than the M3 Touring. The long-roof M3 only comes with an automatic transmission and AWD, just like its two primary competitors.

Following the incredibly uncommon E34 and V10-powered E61, BMW has lately suggested that it might bring back the M5 Touring for a third generation. Of course, the price will increase, and it won’t surprise us if a fully loaded configuration reaches the €200,000 threshold in some European markets.

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