BMW has revealed the livery of its M3 DTM machinery ahead of this weekend's season finale at Hockenheim.
The manufacturer, which will re-enter the championship next year after a 20-year absence, presented the car in its traditional white, blue and red motorsport livery. BMW has been testing the M3 DTM for the past six weeks, although the car has always appeared in an interim testing livery during that time; the version launched publicly in July having been seen in a black trim.
BMW motorsport director Jens Marquardt, who unveiled the car, said that the M3 on display was "close to being a definitive version," of the car that will race, with room still available for design tweaks to me made during its ongoing testing program.
"We have until March next year when everything has to be homologated, so I'm sure there can be little changes in some areas while we look for more performance," he said.
Factory driver Dirk Werner will perform a number of demonstration laps in the car at Hockenheim on Sunday.