2020 BMW M3 Redesign Interior, Engine, Price, Release Date

2020 M3 Concept
2020 M3 Concept

2020 BMW M3 Redesign Interior, Engine, Price, Release Date – Who says that everyday utility, performance, and comfort need to be mutually exclusive qualities? The 2020 BMW M3 will prove you the opposite, thanks to its classy act at the track and on the street. Its fierce acceleration provided from the turbocharged engine powering the car meets the impressive ride quality with highly capable handling and powerful brakes. Plus, the interior is upscale and well equipped, and spacious enough for four adults to benefit from the comfort.

2020 BMW M3 Interior

Generally speaking, the BMW M3 cues from the BMW 3 Series sedan, but with more sport-themed enhancements to set it apart. That being said the new BMW M3 will still have its distinct interior styling, which can be found easily from the regular appearance of the M logo, in addition to the carbon fiber trim to accent the center console and dashboard.

In terms of features and tech, nearly every feature is available as standard on the BMW M3. This also means that the 8.8-inch central display screen featuring navigation is standard here. Meanwhile, the newest iDrive 5.0 infotainment system as found in the 2019 BMW M3 may be a little slow, yet it offers a logical menu structure and abundance of customization opportunities. The classic analog speedometer and tachometer will easily remind you of the older models.

In terms of comfort, the front seats inside the 2020 BMW M3 are bolstered well, providing the snugness even on long trips. They are also supportive during aggressive driving sessions. Front headroom and legroom are abundance, and those of the backseat are enough to accommodate two adults. On average, the trunk space is measured at 12 cubic feet.

2020 BMW M3 Engine

The turbocharged 3.0L inline 6-cylinder engine cranking out 425 horsepower and 406 lb.-ft. of torque powers the rear-wheel drive 2020 BMW M3. The engine is paired to the standard 6-speed manual equipped with automated rev-matching, and a 7-speed, dual-clutch (M-DCT) is also available as an option, featuring paddle shifters mounted to the steering wheel. On every BMW M3, the automatic engine stop/start to help save fuel when the engine is off is standard. Acceleration is impressive—M-DCT-equipped M3 sprints to 60 in 3.9 seconds and the 6-speed models do the trick only in 4.1 seconds.

2020 BMW M3 Price

This high-performance luxury sedan, according to the 2019 model year, started from slightly below $65,000 for the MSRP. Since the Germany automobile company still hasn’t released any information regarding the 2020 BMW M3, we can use those figures as a reference.

If you are looking for a luxury sport sedan, the M3 is not the only option to consider, actually. For example, there are Mercedes-AMG C63, Cadillac ATS-V, and Alfa Romeo Quadrifoglio. Even so, the 2020 BMW M3 remains a strong choice always worth to consider. Plus, it also has its own astonishing combination of everyday-driver civility and racing worthy performance, in addition to the enhancement in terms of design flair to make this iconic sport sedan even more appealing for the buyers.