The Incredible BMW M3 Touring Is Here, But There’s A Catch
As the Touring title suggests, the new M3 is suited to long-distance journeys — but despite the comfort features, BMW insists that compromises have not been made on performance or handling. Visually, the M3 Touring goes all out, with every single car coming with the automaker’s Curved Display as standard. Two displays are fitted behind a single piece of glass and angled towards the driver. Along with vital driving information, specific widgets can be added to suit the driver’s needs. The interior also includes merino leather-trimmed, heated, electronically adjustable seats, though those who prefer racing to luxury can opt for carbon fiber bucket seats instead.
On the outside, BMW has aimed for “cleanly designed surfaces and athletic forms,” with the “frameless BMW kidney grille, large side air intakes, powerfully sculpted wheel arches, and prominently extended side skirts” balancing aerodynamic performance with powerful styling, according to the company. As you may expect from a high-end vehicle, the M3 Touring comes with a range of driver assistance features, with the standard list including Front Collision Warning, Speed Limit Display with no-overtaking indicator, Lane Departure Warning, and Park Distance Control. Among the available options is the Active Cruise Control with Stop&Go function, traffic light detection, and Active Navigation. You can even have parking and reversing assistants fitted.
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