The F80 M3 will be powered by a turbocharged straight-six mated to a dual-clutch transmission. Previous reports
suggest it will eclipse the current generation M3's 414 horsepower naturally aspirated V8 by at least 40 horses, with an output likely to be in the 450-500 range. Revised styling for the 2014 BMW M3 should arrive in the form of bigger wheel arches, even more aggressive looking front and rear bumpers, and a unique aerodynamics kit to differentiate the M3 from the F30 3-Series sedan. A reveal of the production model is expected at the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show in September.