This job is tricky because sometimes you have to make decisions based on very few data. It would surprise you to hear that technology sometimes works in the same way – they are referred to as "scientifically wild ass-likes" or as swags. And I'll swag that this random leaked photo on the internet actually shows the upcoming "G80" BMW M3.
There really is not much to do. Motor1 found this photo, The British Tuning Company Evolve Automotive has titled "Oh hello G80 M3! What do you think?" On its Facebook page . posted. Evolve Automotive also posted the picture on its Instagram page with the caption "G80 M3 Stern Looking [emojis of three hands making an “OK” sign and a heart]."
The tuning company told me via Facebook Messenger that I got his picture taken from The origins of the photo: "To be honest, I can not say, just say, this could be the new g80 m3 to protect itself," they said.
I'll say that through YouTube videos showing BMW. ] Assembly Lines I would say this image was almost certainly taken at In addition, the vehicle shown in the picture appears to have a number of features that can be seen on BMW M3 Evolution vehicles including the quad exhaust and the tiny tailgate rear spoiler.
In addition, Horatiu Boeriu founder of the BMW blog and authority in all areas considers legitimate. Specifically, he considers it a pre-production car:
After the first pictures is probably a pre-production car, since the twin twin tubes in the rear are smaller than normal and the diffuser is smaller in the same color as the body painted. This could also be a competitive model as it is equipped with a more aggressive rear spoiler.
Boeriu also notes that these are not the first leaked shots of the car. In April, his website published pictures showing an apparent "G80" M3 in a similar environment to that shown above. BMW Blog mentions that the new M3 is to offer rear-wheel drive and four-wheel drive variants, and that the engine will be the same S58 Turbo inline-six found in the new BMW X3 M and X4 M . All this BMW has confirmed to CAR Magazine in August.
The colored diffuser looks a bit weird in this photo, but mostly it's about what I expected from the car. Nothing crazy.