This choice is a bit of an obvious one, but we're shocked it's never happened before. BMW has offered the M3 as a coupe, sedan and convertible in the past, but never as a wagon. The larger M5 had Euro-only wagon versions in the E34 and E60 generations, but there has never been a production M3 wagon. The groundwork for this car is already in place. The 3 series wagon is already in production, so why can't the M Division just take it off the production line and give it the M treatment? BMW is currently working on an M version of the X3
, which will never be as cool as our dream M3 wagon. Still, BMW wouldn't want to steal sales away from its all important SUV models.