This BMW hit something hard judging by the damage.
Deliveries of the BMW M3 Touring only began in December 2022, so there aren’t many of them on the road. There’s one car fewer in Switzerland, too, because this wrecked example is now for sale. The seller is asking 72,999 Swiss francs ($79,573 at current exchange rates). However, the speedy wagon starts at 85,800 Swiss francs ($93,507) there, so the buyer isn’t getting much of a discount for purchasing this crashed example.
As the photos show, this M3 Touring wasn’t just in a minor fender bender. The entire front end is smashed, and the fascia is mostly gone, except for a small section on the driver’s side. The passenger-side headlight is absent. The hood is heavily bent. Judging by the extent of the damage, the driver must have hit something while traveling at a decent speed.
Source: Auto Scout24