2019 BMW 3 Series. All things look, this is still a long time from now, the details are rare, but we are not quite in the dark when it comes to aggregating some expectations. At this point, it is safe to say that the updated design, lower weight, larger dimensions, more power, new automatic drive features, performance M style all make appearance. The next BMW 3 Series will advance the evolution of the current design model. Our exclusive offer, above and below, shows what the new model can look like. Read on for more information on replacing the famous BMW executive car.
While it was not clear in previous spy shots, the new 2019 BMW 3 Series will share a similar styling cues with a larger 5 series. Including more visible signature kidney networks and hex-LED lighting elements in the headlights. The low-air intake also has a large rectangular grille surrounded by silver trimming trim. The two sides are visually similar to the current model with a classic three-box layout, but longer thanks to the new Clare platform for the common car with the 5 and 7 series. Large alloy wheels fill the wheelchairs while a small vent sits behind the front wheel to provide cooling to the brakes and break up the body. Inside, the new BMW 3 Series will be slightly larger than the outgoing one, offering more rear leg and height.
The control panel with slightly heavy buttons will be removed and the latest version of the BMW Entertainment Information System will be used with digital gesture control and numbers. Construction quality will be high and there is likely to be additional use of leather, black piano and aluminum trim effect to brighten the cabin. The incoming 2019 BMW 3 Series salon has been monitored – dubbed the G20 – test before its launch in 2018. It will use the same lightweight platform found in the company’s 5 and 7 series models which helps to provide up to 80 KG against the outgoing model.
Electrical versions, the M340i sports models, have already spotted a test – but the latest spy shots show what is believed to be the standard model. The courtesy pictures of the MotorTority give us an idea of what this next salon might look like. BMW 3 Series The new design is evolutionary, not revolutionary – no surprises in what is the conservative class. It seems to be sitting wider than the current model, and should contain a new front bumper, strongly styled, while BMW still retains the signature twin kidney grille.
Other BMW design models such as the Hoofmister Kink – a curved rear shaft design seen on the BMW since the 1960s – are also expected to be found in the new model. Although the BMW does not reveal much about the interior car – it should contain more analogue digital measurements Traditional. The latest information and entertainment system, with voice activation and gesture control, should also appear in this new car.
The 2019 BMW 3 Series engines should be moved from the current vehicle, albeit in order to improve performance and economy. Gasoline engines are likely to contain 1.5 liter, 2.0 liter and 3.0 liter units, while diesel engines are expected to come in the form of 1.6 liter, 2.0 liter and 3.0 liter turbochargers respectively. The replacement should be offered after the launch of the vehicle, along with the high-performance M3 model – which could debut the four-wheel drive on the M3 for the first time.
The new M340i will help the M3 bridge between the 340i and the M3 – allowing it to compete directly with the Audi S4 and the Mercedes C43 AMG. The new lightweight chassis should make it marginally marginal than the model that will replace it, and should also help improve fuel economy. It is likely to be a new optional key feature – capable of accelerating, braking and (to a certain extent) steering the car independently of the driver.
G20 BMW 3 Series debuted in the second half of 2017 at Frankfurt Motor Show in September. The pricing is expected to be the entry-level of 2019 BMW 3 Series for £26,000, while the mid-range models will cost more than £30,000.