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We may still have half of 2020 to go, but automakers like BMW are preparing for the 2021 model year. Each year, one of the most anticipated models is the BMW M3, a high-performance machine built for the true driving enthusiast. While it’s not currently in our new BMW lineup yet, our dealers can’t wait for its arrival. Here's what Fields BMW of Lakeland knows about the 2021 BMW M3 price and details, so far.

2021 BMW M3: Power to Spare

The 2021 BMW M3 will have a twin-turbo 3.0-liter six-cylinder engine under the hood, capable of producing 473 horsepower and 442 lb-ft of torque. The presumed BMW M3 Competition model will receive an engine capable of producing 503 horsepower. The newest BMW M3 will be available with a manual transmission and rear-wheel drive, but you can also upgrade to an automatic transmission or an all-wheel-drive platform. 

As with other new BMW models, the 2021 BMW M3 will feature unique "M" badging and trim details, with supportive front seats for an extra-sporty touch. The technology inside the 2021 BMW M3 is expected to be top-of-the-line, with features designed using the BMW innovative touch.

2021 BMW M3 Tech Featuures

BMW models are known for their state-of-the-art tech features, and the 2021 BMW M3 will be no different. Like the BMW 3 Series, the new BMW M3 will most likely have a 10.25-inch infotainment touchscreen that is controlled by a rotary knob and buttons on the center console. Not only will the 2021 BMW M3 have gesture and voice controls, but it will also come with multiple charging ports and a wireless device charging pad.

Fortunately, there's still time to save up, as the 2021 BMW M3 will not be on display in our Fields BMW of Lakeland showroom for several months. Reach out to us for more details about this incredible new BMW.

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