The process of creating a powerful BMW M3 Touring station wagon was shown on video

The process of creating a powerful BMW M3 Touring station wagon was shown on video 1

The press service of the Bavarian brand has published a video showing almost the entire process of creating a powerful M3 Touring station wagon of the G81 generation. The video says that the machine is built using more than 1,200 robots and 6,000 spot welds.

BMW M3 Touring is almost ready for the start of sales – the release of the car is scheduled for the end of this year, and BMW production facilities are preparing to meet the demand for a high-performance station wagon. The new BMW M3 Wagon in the G81 body plans to combine the performance of the BMW M3 with the practicality of a station wagon to create the perfect family car. To further fuel the public’s interest in this exciting variant of the M3, BMW M has created a video overview of its production facility to demonstrate the assembly process of the BMW M3 Wagon.

“The BMW M3 G80 debuted in 2020 and ushered in a new era for BMW’s iconic sports sedan.”

The G80 brought many important changes to the BMW M3 model, such as optional all-wheel drive, “automatic” with torque converter, and a controversial design. However, there was one change that most people liked, and that was the addition of the powerful BMW M3 Touring station wagon to the family.

The process of creating a powerful BMW M3 Touring station wagon was shown on video 3
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The BMW M3 Touring G81 combines the mind-blowing performance of the BMW M3 G80 with the practicality of a 3-series station wagon and is due to debut in June 2022. This fast station wagon is the perfect offer for customers who need performance.

BMW M strives to make the BMW M3 Touring G81 a true representative of the brand’s family of powerful cars. Their attention to detail in the production process, as shown in the BMW M video, is second to none. The white body is created by a whole group of precision robots that perform all the important welding work necessary to create the rigid body needed to match the BMW M badge on the rear door of the station wagon. Then the quality control robots check the work of their superior “brothers” to make sure that each weld is executed correctly.