The new generation of the BMW M3 F80 has been spied once again while it was exiting a parking garage.
The German based automaker BMW has been working on the new generation of the M3 for about a year now and it seems that the company is taking its time because perfection can’t be achieved in a few days. The 2015 BMW M3 will most likely make its public debut sometimes next year, but until that will happen, spy videos and photos, along with renderings of the car, will continue to keep our headlines. The newest video with the M3 F80 is showing the powerful sedan while exiting a parking garage.
The 2015 BMW M3 F80 will be powered by a 3.0 liter TwinPower Turbo inline six-cylinder engine, which will produce a total output of 430 HP (316 kW), at 7,500 rpm, and it will have a peak torque of more than 500 Nm (369 lb-ft). Power will be sent to the rear wheels through an M DCT dual-clutch transmission, but chances are that a manual will also be offered. The figures mentioned above may not seem that impressive but don’t forget that the new M3 is way lighter than its predecessor.