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Mike Stevens | Oct 31, 2012

The wagonised version of BMW's new M Performance-enhanced 3 Series will make its debut at December's Essen Motor Show, the carmaker has confirmed.

Like the sedan, revealed in M Performance trim back in February, the enhanced diesel-powered 320d Touring model will pick up a range of styling, handling and performance upgrades.

Available in Europe from next April, the kit will give the 2.0 litre turbodiesel model a power boost from 135kW/379Nm to 147kW/420Nm, thanks to revised ECU tuning and a larger intercooler.

Styling tweaks will see the addition of 20-inch wheels and a sharper body kit, while the interior will pick up the requisite sports steering wheel, stainless steel pedals, carbon fibre highlights and Alcantara trim accents.

There's also sports-tuned suspension bits and a larger brake package.

 

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Speaking with TMR recently, BMW’s Scott Croaker confirmed that the ‘20d’ M Performance Power Kit will be made available for local 1, 3, and 5 Series models subject to ADR compliance.

It's no sure thing, however. ADR compliance will also define local availability of other new M Performance accessories.

Overseas M exhaust options have already been ruled out, due to Australia's strict drive-by noise requirements.

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