Started production of a new BMW 3-Series sedanOctober 9, 2018
A couple of hours ago, the press service of the Bavarian automaker published a 35-minute video showing the entire process of assembling a new generation BMW 3-Series sedan – I must say that it is very mesmerizing. The long-awaited Bavarian novelty was shown quite recently – the show took place a couple of days ago at the Paris Motor Show.
Just last week at the Paris Motor Show, representatives of the German automaker showed a completely new version of the BMW 3-Series sedan of a completely new generation. Well, a couple of hours ago, the press service of the company published a video that captures the entire process of assembling a car. In total, the video lasts 35 minutes.
It is reported that the mass production of the long-awaited Bavarian novelty is established at the plant of the German brand, which is located in Munich (Germany).
In addition, the car is assembled at the production facilities of the BMW plant in San Luis Potosi (Mexico). Well, the long-wheelbase version of the new-generation sedan, which is known by the intra-factory G20 index, is assembled at the automaker’s Chinese factory – so far, this version of the car will be available only for the Chinese automotive market.
According to company representatives, the new (seventh) performance of the BMW 3-Series sedan should return the title of the best premium class car in its segment. As part of his recent interview, the official representative of the Bavarian automobile brand, Klaus Frolich, told reporters that their new product will be able to outshine all his rivals in terms of driving dynamics.
He separately noted that he was already very tired of reading negative reviews about previous generations of the BMW 3-Series sedan. This is what he said: “I no longer want to hear that our customers are not satisfied with the dynamics of driving our car. With the new generation of the BMW 3-Series sedan, everything will be completely different! ”
He also put it on the account of the recently published video, which captures the entire process of assembling a car. “It is extremely interesting to observe that a modern car is being built in such technologically advanced conditions. The high level of production automation combined with working people creates an amazing symbiosis, which is just interesting to watch. ”