BMW expected to launch BMW M3 SUV in September 2023: features


BMW M3: One of the biggest premium automobile maker BMW is expected to launch their new SUV in Sept 2023 which will cost around 65 lakh (ex-showroom) that provides premium comfort and features that compets with other cars in this section to gear up its position in the global automobile market.

BMW M3 feature

The BMW M3 SUV comes with a twin-turbo 3.0-liter inline-six. The normal version sends 473 horsepower and 406 pound-feet of torque to the rear wheels. A six-speed manual is the only transmission offered. The M3 Competition’s engine is even more powerful, generating 503 horses and 479 pound-feet, but it’s only offered with the eight-speed automatic. The M3 Comp comes standard with rear-wheel drive, but it’s also available with an all-wheel-drive system that includes a rear-drive mode.


Every M3 also features adaptive dampers and an adjustable brake-pedal feel. The sedan can be outfitted with even stronger carbon-ceramic brakes, too, which feature cool gold-painted calipers. Our first drive of the regular M3 and the Competition variant showcased their ability to pull off lurid drifts, which were encouraged by the optional M Drift Analyzer (part of the M Drive professional package).

The manual gearbox shifts so satisfyingly that made us to love it while driving, and we were just as pleased with the engine’s tenacious acceleration. However, when compared to the raucous Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio, the M3 doesn’t immerse the driver quite as much. At our test track, our long-term M3 with the manual transmission and rear-wheel drive hit 60 mph in 3.9 seconds

BMW M3 interior comfort

The BMW M3 interior is basically the same as in the regular 3-series. That means the M3 has the same design, passenger space, and outward visibility as its more pedestrian counterpart. While M cars are known for their heartier performance, they also meet or exceed the top-of-the-line 3-series in terms of interior materials and build quality. Not surprisingly, the M3 has more carbon fiber and microsuede accents for a racier aesthetic.

The driver faces a large curved digital gauge cluster that will switch to M View in the sportier drive modes; they are activated via prominent red buttons on the M3’s chunky steering wheel. Switching to M View adds a shift indicator and replaces the regular tachometer with one that’s easier to read. A set of heavily bolstered, lightweight front seats are available (standard on the Competition) and provide incredible support without sacrificing much comfort, although that might not ring true on long road trips.

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