BMW M3 Touring With M Performance Parts Is The Ultimate Uberwagen

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You can customize your M3 Touring to your heart's content.

Earlier this month, we got an early look at the BMW M3 Touring's new M Performance parts. Basically, these are a collection of aftermarket parts designed and built by M for the BMW M3 that comes in wagon form.

Now, BMW has revealed all, providing official photos and details on its new M Performance parts.

BMW says all the extra carbon goodies are made of CFRP with a clear finish. There's a new front splitter and some canards, which were visible on the car the first time we got a look at these. BMW has also added carbon "M Performance air breathers," which are the air outlets just forward of the front doors. Sitting just above those (which you can see in the gallery below) are new carbon mirror caps.

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Around back BMW has added a carbon diffuser and roof spoiler. If you ask us, the news here is the titanium exhaust. A similar unit is available on the M2. Regardless, it should bring back some of that iconic buzzsaw sound these inline BMW 6'ers are known for. You will need the carbon diffuser, as the exhaust introduces a new layout. Thankfully it also drops 30% off the weight of the old one.

Speaking of, BMW has two new forged wheels on offer. Each is milled from a single piece of aluminum. The black ones are 19-/20-inch units, while the bronze ones you see are 20-/21-inchers. Each feature hollowed out sections of the spoke to reduce weight, and both patterns are available in black or gold.

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That just leaves the interior, which customers can fill with M badging. There ought to be a hard M-badge-count-limit, because BMW offers frankly, a few too many. You can have M Performance carbon trim with M Performance badging. You can even have M-branded door lock covers.

Additionally, customers can add Alcantara knee pads, M Performance backrest covers with M-color trim, carbon fiber headrest trim, of course with M Performance badging, and even M Performance door sill logos. Finally, an armrest can be had with M Performance badging and M stitching. Maybe if you say "M Performance" three times real fast, Albert Biermann will appear and bless your kidney grilles.

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