The fourth iteration of the
BMW M3 might be the most anticipated new offering the Bavarian Motor Werks has launched in years, equipped with a V8 pumping out 420hp and 295 lb-ft torque. To keep the
M3 looking as menacing as possible, an updated front fascia, the expected quad-exhaust pipes, and 19" rims are all fitted to Bimmer's latest road rocket.
Car magazine was
lucky enough to get behind the wheel of the M3 in southern Spain, where it took
BMW's badass coupe out on both road and track. Lucky for us, video cameras were rolling, and there are five minutes after the jump of the sights and sounds that are M3. Take a look.
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