BMW has just made it official that the sixth-generation M3 Touring will exist, confirming that the M3 will be offered as a wagon for the very first time in over three decades. BMW has set their sights squarely on the Audi RS 4 Avant and the Mercedes-AMG C63 wagon.

Overnight, BMW teased a single, moody image of the M3 Touring. Doing so, it confirmed the first wagon version of BMW’s iconic sports car in almost 34 years.

Details are yet to be confirmed, but expect the new M3 Wagon to be powered by the same 375kW/600Nm twin-turbocharged inline six-cylinder petrol engine as the next M3 sedan and M4 coupe. Similarly to the M3 sedan, the M3 Touring should come with all-wheel drive and an eight-speed automatic transmission sending power to the wheels.

It is expected that the new BMW M3 sedan will be fully unveiled next month, alongside the BMW M4 Coupe. BMW has also publicly acknowledged that M3 prototypes will be roaming around the Bavarian car maker’s Munich headquarters, so keep those eyes peeled. Expect more details next month when we cover the M3 sedan’s debut. The sedan’s new technology and features will very likely be identical in the M3 Touring wagon.

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