BMW M is cooking up a combination that’s sure to make fans salivate: an M3 wagon.
After confirming earlier in August that an M3 Touring was in the works, BMW is now out testing prototypes, including at the Nürburgring and on some of the German racetrack’s surrounding roads. The vehicle is related to the new generation of the M3 sedan that debuted in September alongside the new M4 coupe.
BMW said the M3 Touring is in the early stage of a two-year development process, so it might not go on sale until 2022. The automaker is also out testing an M4 Convertible which is due in 2021. An M4 Gran Coupe liftback sedan is also a possibility.
Touring is the name BMW uses for wagons outside the United States, and this new M3 Touring will be the first time the M3 has spawned the longroof option. There have been M5 Tourings in the past,…