We’ve seen the M4 coupe. We’ve seen the M3 sedan. And as of last month, we’ve seen the M4 convertible. The only variant of BMW’s new M3 and M4 we have yet to see is the one we’re most excited about: the Touring. First announced in August 2020, the M3 wagon is the first of its kind to be greenlit for production. Here’s what it looks like testing at the Nürburgring alongside a handful of other neat test mules.
The statesidesupercars YouTube channel managed to film a good portion of a recent industry test session at the Green Hell, giving us an inside look at what sorts of cars manufacturers are putting to the test. In addition to the M3 Touring prototype, we’re able to spot a Porsche 911 GT3 RS, a Mercedes-AMG One hypercar, a new Audi RS 3 hatchback, a Ferrari SF90 Stradale, and an F8 Tributo. For the full story and video, check out this article from Road & Track.