Much to its fans’ disappointment, the German marque BMW has never created an M3 Touring wagon — until now. In a YouTube video posted earlier this week, BMW lifted the cover on its upcoming M3 Touring, which combines the latest-generation G80 M3’s front with a new wagon rear-end.
As the video shows, the M3 Wagon is expected to be just as capable as the current sedan M3 and its M4 counterpart around the Nürburgring, but it should also be more practical than its siblings. A large tailgate should be able to fit everything you need and the family dog, while inside you’ll comfortably seat five adults, all while the twin-turbocharged three-liter straight-six engine powers you along.
BMW has perfected the design of the upcoming wagon, too. Underneath the aforementioned tailgate is a diffuser housing the now-signature set of quad tailpipes, while state-of-the-art rear lights cut through the frozen gray paint. It also looks like a new pair of rims will adorn the Touring iteration, sitting pretty in black alongside the car’s black trims and details.
Take a look at the car in the video above, and stay tuned to HYPEBEAST and HYPEBEAST Car Club for more information on the BMW M3 Touring as news unfolds.