A new generation of versatile BMW 3-Series will be presented in a few weeksApril 23, 2019
The official presentation of the BMW 3-Series in the station wagon will be held in a couple of weeks. Serial production of the model is scheduled for this summer. On pricing so far nothing is reported.
About two months ago, it was believed that BMW will present a universal version of the updated 3-Series at the Geneva Motor Show in March of this year, but this did not happen. It is known that the Bavarian company is currently putting the final touches on a stylish compact family car, and it is claimed that it will officially show its novelty “in just a few weeks.”
The information came from our friends from the BMW Blog, who say that mass production of the model will be arranged in the summer. At the moment there is no official confirmation from the automaker, but we expect that soon the press service of the brand will publish all the data about its wagon.
Currently, the company’s engineers are on the Nürburgring in order to conduct some final calibrations of the model.
Prototypes have less camouflage than ever, and a hint of a quick premiere is just around the corner. The design of the 3 Series Touring (G21 index) is actually not a secret, since we have seen “spy” photos of the novelty several times.
The wagon will be built on the same modular CLAR architecture as the sedan of this family. The motor range will also remain the same – gasoline engines will be presented as 320i (181 hp), 330i (255 hp), M340i (382 hp), and diesel – 318d (148 hp), 320d (188 hp) and 330d (262 hp), at least in the initial stage. It is rumored that the wagon may later be presented in the “charged” M-version, but so far nothing concrete has been reported about it. Below is a render model.
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