The 2014 F80 BMW M3 makes another appearance at Nurburgring. The M3 sedan continues its testing sessions and as seen below, it now goes through high-speed testing and handling.
As we mentioned many times before, when coming to market in 2014, the F80 BMW M3 will be powered by an inline-six engine. The engine of choice is a newly developed 3.2 liter unit that is rated at 450 horsepower. The new M3 is expected to be slightly faster than the current E90 generation thanks to a lower weight.
The engine is mated to a double-clutch transmission 7-speed transmission, but we expect to see a manual transmission for U.S. customers.
Rendering by Jerry Alvarez
The new M3 will debut at the 2013 Frankfurt Auto Show with sales starting in early 2014.