With the launch of the new BMW 3 Series, rendering artists around the world are creating their own impressions on how the next generation BMW M3 would look like.
Talented artist Theo Philuschin takes the time to render a BMW M3 Sedan in the beautiful Monte Carlo color. As one would expect, the rendered M3 takes the design cues from the 3 Series Sedan and adds the M treatment to the exterior look.
The computer generated M3 comes equipped with an imposing and sporty M front bumper with large air intakes. Wider skirts were fitted to the car, along with the M side gills and beautiful M wheels.
Brakes with blue calipers as seen on the new M5 are also part of the rendered M3.
At the back, the artist included a new bumper with integrated diffuser and the appropriate four pipes exhaust.
BMW will continue to offer the new M3 in three body variants: sedan, coupe and convertible, and the first model will be unveiled at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show.