Outselling the previous M3 Coupe model by a considerable margin, BMW will build on this success by adding the first ever BMW M3 Sedan to its line-up late this year.
While the exact pricing hasn't been nailed down, it is expected to be priced slightly lower than the M3 Coupe's $157,000.
With four-doors instead of two the BMW M3 Sedan will have more practical applications than the M3 Coupe and will broaden the M3 line-up's appeal.
During 1990s the BMW M3 (E36) sedan was popular in Europe but was not sold in Australia, and this is the first time that a M3 Sedan has been imported into the country.
According to the press release, 'BMW dealers will play Santa Claus this Christmas, presenting a very limited supply of Australia’s first ever BMW M3 Sedans to their very eager new owners'.