This BMW 3-Series GT Sports M, Porsche and AMG Logos

BMW 3-Series GT with M, Porsche and AMG Logos 1 photo
In the hottest piece of breaking braking news we’ve come across all summer, the German automotive industry is apparently working in collaboration in order to develop the perfect car.
The irrefutable proof lies in the image above, which holds so many clues on what the project will offer. First of all, we have to explain that the development is taking place in America, in order for the vehicle to draw less attention.

Now that the bubble of secrecy has been burst, we can reveal that the base for the perfect German car is a BMW, namely a 3-Series GT. The range-topping 335i model was chose, with xDrive obviously being present.

The Bavarians’ M division couldn’t miss out on this, so expect their implication to spread past the optional M pack. While the engine here used to be a three-liter straight six packing a twin-scroll, single turbo setup, we expect things to have moved to a twin-turbo setup - how else would you explain the presence of the turbo emblem coming from Porsche?

Oh and let’s not forget that Porsche’s hand also means this is one of the very few petrol engines in the world that use variable geometry gasoline turbocharging.

Oh and those who are worried about the exhaust note shouldn’t fret. The AMG badge is a testament that the resulting vehicle will posses a deep growl.

We haven’t seen any Audi-related badge on the rear of this Bimmer, but an insider, who was wearing a security uniform let it slip that the emblem will be placed on the car once Audi starts production of its glass fiber springs and the car is fitted with these. Seems legit!

PS: try not to laugh too hard, the security cameras are in use.
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