BMW M3 Touring With M Performance Parts Is One Angry Wagon

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Subtlety is not in this car's vocabulary.

The BMW M3 Touring has set the internet on fire for all the right - and wrong - reasons. This record-setting super wagon has all the elements a BMW fan, or any car fan for that matter, loves. It's massively capable, comfortable, practical, and well, it's a wagon! Despite a concerted effort to bring it stateside, American M fans will unfortunately never get to sample this piece of exotic German machinery. In the short time that it has been around, we've learned of its performance capabilities, and even what colors it will be sold in. Now, to make us even more jealous, we get to drool over an M3 Touring encrusted with M Performance parts. Life is unfair.

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In a YouTube video posted by rsDrive, we get to see a brand new Alpine White M3 Touring sitting pretty on a set of gorgeous 20-/21-inch M Performance cross-spoke 1000 M Frozen Gold Bronze forged wheels with M logo valve caps. It is clear from the first few seconds of looking at this machine that the exterior is not stock. In fact, this Bimmer features a list of M Parts as long as your arm. The exterior features an M Performance carbon front attachment, carbon cannards, carbon side skirt inserts, rear winglets, and a roof edge spoiler finished in high-gloss black. At the rear, this super wagon gets an M Performance carbon/titanium tank cap and tailpipe trims, an Aramid antenna cover, rear fins, and M Performance lettering stickers. BMW's M Performance parts don't always look great, but on the M3 Touring, the result is a wagon that looks like it wants to go hunting down Porsches in a hurry.

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rsDrive/YouTube
rsDrive/YouTube

The interior is also awash with M Performance parts. Upon entering the cabin, you'll notice M Performance door sills in carbon, M Performance door pins and floor matts, and LED door projectors. In the front, this M3 Touring now sports an M Performance steering wheel, and seat back shells finished in Alcantara and carbon. The knee pads and center armrest are also wrapped in Alcantara. Under the skin, the M3 Touring features a turbocharged inline-six engine producing 503 horsepower and 479 lb-ft of torque, and a chassis developed on the race track. To make this car even more capable, a carbon M Performance air breather goes under the hood, and M Performance chassis parts tighten things up. This performance wagon could only be more perfect if we could actually buy one.

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