2023 BMW M3 Turing finally released! First quarter arrival set

BMW Finally published first M3 Turing After countless Spide prototypes and a one-story teaser promotion.

We already know that high-performance wagons are coming to Australia, but vehicle arrivals and customer supply are set for the first quarter of 2023.

Local pricing and standard specifications will be announced later this year.

The 2023 BMW M3 Competition Turing will make its global in-the-metal debut at the 2022 Goodwood Festival of Speed, which runs from 23 to 26 June.

It is noteworthy that this wagon body style marks the fourth body style of the M3 and M4 cars, where M3 Turing is exclusively offered in the guise of ramp-up competition.

One below the bonnet of the M3 Turing 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged inline six-cylinder engine Production 375 kW Of power and 650Nm Of torque

This engine forms the basis of one used in the BMW M4 GT3 racer and has already been used in both the M3 and M4 models.

In the M3 Turing the engine is exclusively combined with an eight-speed M steptronic automatic transmission and is sent on four wheels via a rear-biased M xDrive all-wheel drive system.

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The rear axle also has an active M differential.

BMW claims that M3 Turing can do 0-100km / h sprint in 3.6 seconds, whereas 0-200km / h sprint takes 12.9 seconds.

Maximum speeds are usually electronically limited to 250 km / h, but with optional M driver packages the maximum speed is increased to 280 km / h.

The M3 became the fastest production wagon in the vicinity of Turing Nবারrburging, beating the Mercedes-AMG E63SK in 10 seconds.

BMW offered M3 Turing adaptive M suspension with electronically-controlled shock absorber and M servotronic steering with variable ratios as standard.

There is a double-joint spring strut front axle and five-link rear axle with M-specific dynamics.

Integrated braking systems for braking pedal feel have two different settings, BMW says, with standard M compound brakes or optional M carbon ceramic brakes available.

As standard, the BMW M3 Turing has a 19-inch imitation light-alloy wheel on the front and a 20-inch unit on the rear. Track tires can be specified as an option.

The main advantage of wagon body style is the addition of boot space due to the long roof.

The M3 Turing has boot capability, leaving the rear three seats upright 500LWhich can be extended 1510L By lowering the back seat.

The back bench also has a 40:20:40 split fold function.

Other functions centered around the rear of the M3 Turing include a powered tailgate and an individually open rear window.

Below the boot is a storage compartment that can store luggage compartment covers and boot partition nets.

BMW says anti-slip rails that automatically climb up from the boot floor to prevent boot items from moving around.

The BMW M3 Turing comes standard with the BMW Curved Display which combines a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster and a 14.9-inch touchscreen infotainment system into one housing.

This setup was first used on the all-electric BMW iX and i4, but it is popular across the BMW range.

It will run on the latest BMW OS 8 with an intelligent personal assistant, as well as Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity.

Other notable interior features include three-zone climate control, ambient lighting, hi-fi sound system, as well as indoor and outdoor mirror packages.

The steering wheel has two M buttons that can be programmed to save two different vehicle setups.

The center console also has an M mode button that can be used to adjust the response of the driver support system and the content shown on the digital instrument cluster and head-up display.

The M3 Turing also has an M drift analyzer and an M Laptimer.

As standard, the M3 Turing will come with Merino leather, an electrically adjustable M sports seat with warmth and memory.

Optional M carbon bucket front seats will be available which saves about 10 kg compared to standard M Sport seats.

In terms of safety, the M3 comes with Turing Front Autonomous Emergency Braking (AEB), lane departure warning, steering and lane control assist, adaptive cruise control with stop and go, traffic light detection, parking assistance and reverse assistance.

As mentioned above, the BMW M3 Turing will arrive in Australia in early 2023. Details will be provided around that date with full price and specification.

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