A BMW M3 Sedan crashed today on the Nurburgring circuit in Germany during usual testing sessions. Powered by a serious 3.0-liter six-cylinder engine producing 430 horsepower and 500Nm of torque, the driver behind the wheel lost control crashing into the guide rail.
Fortunately, the driver walked out without any injuries even though the right part of the prototype suffered some damages, including the windscreen and side windows.
In terms of power, the new BMW M3 Sedan will share the same TwinPower Turbo engine with the M4 Coupe. This was confirmed few days ago by the Bavarian carmaker. They also said that fuel economy figures are improved as well as CO2 emissions by about 25%.
The new 2014 BMW M3 is expected to be revealed in world premiere in the coming months.
To be more exact, we expect a Geneva Motor Show debut in March next year or even a closer debut in early 2014.