- BMW has released a video detailing the next-generation M3 sports sedan.
- The G80-generation M3 will come with either rear- or all-wheel drive and is expected to offer over 500 horsepower.
- Expect the 2021 BMW M3 to make its debut later this year.
We’ve been waiting for the new 2021 BMW M3 ever since the latest 3-series made its debut, and a new video from BMW M confirms that it’s almost here. This marketing video shows a prototype of the new G80-generation M3 undergoing testing on the road and at the Nürburgring, and it confirms a few interesting details about the car, including that it will offer either rear- or all-wheel-drive configurations.
While it’s still in camouflage, the 2021 M3 clearly has a wider body than the standard 3-series, with flared fenders, extra air intakes at the front, and an aggressive-looking rear valence with four exhaust tips. Larger wheels and wider