The M3 model from BMW has always been known as a powerful and handy vehicle but things are about to change with the availability of 2018 BMW M3. Sure, there are a lot of things to like about the M3 but with the improvements made for the 2018 model, a lot of auto enthusiasts will be coming lining for the ride. After all, with upgrades for the engine and styles will seriously affect the agility, speed, and class. The M3 may not be the newest model but it doesn’t mean that it is not stylish – like the new rides.
Price and Release Date
Up until now, there hasn’t been an official release about the release date. People can only predict that it is highly likely that this model should be available starting from the third quarter of 2017 but then again, it is still a prediction and there is nothing certain about the release.
The concern about the price tag continues up to this point. Beemer refuses to tell the exact measurement and also the price range – even in the sketchiest mode. The earlier type was sold for around $65,000 (and that’s for the base model only) so it is safe to presume that it should have the similar tag price for the new 2018 BMW M3. But don’t be too surprised if the price increases.
Changes will be happening on the exterior side so the facelift will also happen on the outside. New changes and shapes will be happening on the headlamps, front grille, and also taillights. A lot of enthusiasts suspect that the overall construction is also getting the update but it is still unsure. The LED lights and front fascia will also be new, with additions of colors. After all, the main focus on M3’s functionality is about class and speed and M3 has done well all these years.
Besides the chrome accents, expect fine leather as a part of updates for the new 2018 BMW M3. There will be an improved comfort and also sportier feel to the design. You should also expect a new type of luxury in the new cabin.
Again, there is no official release about the power configuration so a lot of people can only guess. The earlier models were coming with inline six 3.0 liter engine delivering 425 hp of power. Of course, it is only logical to expect the new 2018 BMW M3 to go beyond that.