The next generation 2012 BMW 3 Series sedan will enter in production this November, just weeks after BMW will disconnect the actual generation 3 Series.
BMW said that the new F30 3-Series is being built on a new modular platform. It vehicle will bring back the slimmer look, dynamic lines with squat proportions and short rear overhangs to the BMW line-up.
F30 will have better brake energy function, enhanced start-stop know-how and pre-heating for engine and gearbox. The car is also predicted at being highly fuel efficient as well as low on facilitates lower carbon emissions.
The F30 2012 Model Year will run until June 2012, upon which point it will switch to the 2013 Model Year.
According to f30post website, the new BMW 3 Series will come as 328i and 335i models.
The new 2012 328i will be powered by the new BMW N20 turbo 4 cylinder in-line engine ( the same one found on actual Z4 ), while the 335i will get power from an in-line 6 cylinder engine. Output will be in the ballpark of 245hp and 306hp, respectively.
Inside, the F30 3 Series will inherit design cues from the more luxurious 5 Series, with an emphasize on premium materials and upholstery.