We’ve told you before that the M3 Touring is one hell of a popular car that’s not yet even on the roads in Australia. Well today, BMW has released the Australian specification and pricing for what is going to be one hell of a family wagon.

Priced at $177,500 the BMW M3 Touring will hit Australia in 2023 and we’ve got the full specifications below, as well as pricing on options that will be sure to set prospective buyers eyes to watering mode.

The standard BMW M3 Touring in Australia will include:

  • 19-inch/20-inch M light alloy wheels
  • Active M Differential
  • Adaptive M Suspension
  • Ambient light
  • Automatic climate control, 3-zone
  • Automatic operation of tailgate
  • BMW Head-Up Display
  • BMW Laserlight incl. High Beam Assistant
  • BMW Live Cockpit Professional with 12.3” Instrument Display and 14.9” Control Display w.BMW Operating system 8
  • BMW M 50 year anniversary badging
  • Comfort Access system incl. BMW Digital Key
  • Connected Package Professional
  • DAB+ digital radio
  • Driving Assistant Professional
  • Electric seat adjustment
  • Full Leather ‘Merino’ Upholstery
  • Galvanic embellishers for controls
  • harman/kardon Surround Sound System
  • Luggage compartment package
  • Lumbar Support for driver and front passenger
  • M Compound Brake, Blue
  • M Drive Professional
  • M high-gloss Shadowline with extended contents
  • M interior trim finishers Carbon Fibre
  • M Lights Shadowline
  • M seat belts
  • M Sport Seats for driver and front passenger
  • Metallic paintwork
  • Parking Assistant Plus
  • Seat Heating for driver and front passenger
  • Smartphone integration with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay
  • Steering wheel heating
  • Storage compartment package
  • Tyre pressure monitoring system
  • Wireless smartphone charging

You want more? Well, the Carbon experience with lighter bucket seats, carbon exterior package and BMW M Driving experience (including lifting your top speed to 280km/h) will set you back $17,500.

If you want those sweet sweet M Carbon ceramic brakes, that’s $16,500

On the outside, the White and Yellow are the non-metallic paint options at no cost, while there are seven metallic colours at no cost also including Black Sapphire, M Portimao Blue, M Toronto Red, M Isle of Man Green, M Brooklyn Grey, Skyscraper Grey and Aventurine Red,

Looking for something unique, try these on for size:

  • Dravit Grey ($2500)
  • Tanzanite Blue ($2500)
  • Frozen Portimao Blue metallic ($5000)
  • Frozen Pure Grey metallic ($5000)
  • Frozen Black metallic ($5000)
  • Frozen Orange metallic ($5000)
  • Frozen Brilliant White Metallic ($7000)

A Red/Black interior is $1000 as is the Tartufo, Ivory White, and Blue/Black ($3,000 if you get the Carbon Bucket seats)

Wheel options are:

  • 19-inch/20-inch M forged wheels Double-spoke style 825 M Bicolour Black with mixed tyres
  • 19-inch/20-inch M forged wheels Double-spoke style 825 M Orbit Grey matt with mixed tyres
  • 19-inch/20-inch M forged wheels Double-spoke style 826 M Bicolour Black with mixed tyres
  • 19-inch/20-inch M forged wheels Double-spoke style 826 M Black with mixed tyres

Time to start gently letting the wife know about that next lease huh?

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