The new G80-generation BMW M3 Touring Wagon made its debuts September 23. The wagon is BMW’s latest front fascia that has taken the automotive world by storm.
The recent release of the sedan variant in its striking Isle of Man Green colourway made us wonder what it would look like on the bigger vehicle.
Still, we are curious to see what it might look like under the guise of a different colour. Who knows, maybe it could serve to hide the most polarizing grille of recent times? BMW M3 Touring Wagon
Thankfully, digital artist Magnus Matulat has filled in the blanks. He has given us and given us a taste of the wagon in BMW’s production colour swatches with digital renderings.
Regardless of whatever shade you choose, there’s no doubt that the vehicle will feel tremendous from the driver’s seat. It will allegedly use the same 3.0-liter twin-turbo inline-six powerplant from its sedan counterpart, capable of producing up to 503 horsepower (375 kilowatts) – not quite Audi RS6 Avant numbers, but it still looks like a potent package.
If the renderings are anything to go by, it’s clear that the darker colours do a good job of muting the kidney-shaped elephants in the room. BMW M3 Touring Wagon
With the grilles less noticeable, it leads the eye to focus on the aggro LED headlights and angular bumper lines. The same can be said at the rear of the vehicle where the darker body panels. This blends in with the black diffuser, providing a much more reserved aesthetic.