BMW Says No To M7 And M3 Touring - Again

BMW Says No To M7 And M3 Touring - Again

BMW Says No To M7 And M3 Touring - Again


Each time BMW propelled another era of the 7 Series, we got a wide range of reports about how the Germans may at long last form a M7. It happened again in 2015, when BMW presented the 6th gen, G11/G12 official. Likewise, BMW fans have dependably asked that Munich convey a M rendition of the 3 Series Touring (wagon), another model that has yet emerge. 

BMW Says No To M7 And M3 Touring - Again

All things considered, don't hold your breath for any of these autos to happen. BMW has denied (once more) that either a 2017 BMW M7 or a M3 Touring are in the pipeline. That is the word from BMW M supervisor Frank van Meel, who informed De Telegraaf that there are no company scenario with regard to either illustrate.

BMW Says No To M7 And M3 Touring - Again

At the point when gotten some information about a bulked up 7 Series, van Meel expressed that the present vehicle is an "upper extravagance" model that is not suited for an in-your-face M bundle, including that creating one would be a "troublesome undertaking." For some reason, it appears as though BMW doesn't need a contender for the 2014 Mercedes-Benz S63 AMG or the 2015 Mercedes-Benz S65 AMG. 

BMW Says No To M7 And M3 Touring - Again

With respect to the M3 Touring, van Meel contends that there's no genuine interest for it, particularly since the wagon rendition of the 3 Series is just offered in Europe. "Individuals take a gander at what the opposition is doing and after that call that we have to do that too in light of the fact that we as of now have a Touring model. We attempted to think of a M3 Touring in the past however there was no interest," he said.