The replacement for the BMW M3 has been spotted screening in a camouflage wrap. It’s anticipated to go on sale in 2020, a year after the brand-new 3 Series, and will produce almost 500hp.
2020 BMW M3 Styling
Despite the camouflage wrap that’s suggested to disguise the shape of the car, some details can be made out. It’ll clearly have much wider wheel arches than a standard 3 Series, and will feature a subtle boot spoiler, carbon-fibre roofing and four big exhausts to tell it apart from lower-powered cars with M Sport trim.
The 2020 BMW M3 will look extremely aggressive, with large ‘kidney’ grilles and a deep front bumper with sculpted air intakes to guide as much air as possible into the powerful engine. The next M3 might obtain styling cues from the special-edition M3 CS and the hardcore M4 GTS, but ought to retain a similar side profile to the existing car.
2020 BMW M3 Interior
The 2020 BMW M3 will share a lot of interior parts and style with the standard 3 Series. The fast 3 will include a lot of sporty Alcantara trim, aluminium pedals and racy bucket seats to make it stick out from an entry-level diesel. Tech-wise, the new M3 will get a lot of safety features consisting of autonomous emergency braking, lane-keep help and speed limitation acknowledgment.
2020 BMW M3 Engines and Driving
Rumours recommend BMW’s tiniest quick saloon will have around 500hp for the very first time– that’s 50hp more than the current range-topping M3 CS and 75hp more than the outbound M3. It’ll utilize an updated variation of the 3.0-litre twin-turbo straight-six engine in the existing car, and will feature adaptive suspension and ‘ideal’ 50:50 weight distribution for stylish handling.
2020 BMW M3 Price and Release Date
The M3 is anticipated to be launched in 2020, a year after the launch of the new 3 Series. It’ll cost slightly more than the existing car, starting from around ₤ 62,000.