In our last sighting, the BMW M3 Touring was spied drifting in the snow during winter testing. This time, there were no opportunities for the M3 Touring to get sideways, but our spies managed to get some great close-up shots of the M3 wagon. The prototype is still covered in camouflage, but it’s easy to spot the design cues that have carried over from the regular M3.
Combined with a longer roof, the M3 Touring retains its sedan sibling’s controversial grille and quad exhaust system, and gets roof spoiler. It also goes without saying that the longer M3 Touring will have more cargo space than the M3 Sedan, which has a capacity of 13 cubic feet.