BMW is planning to introduce the all-new 3-Series Touring F31 in China over the following months.
After it was officially presented to the public in a world premiere just a few months ago, the new generation of the BMW 3-Series Touring, codenamed the F31, is once again being placed into the spotlights, this time with the German based automaker planning to launch the model in China. The car manufacturer didn’t announce anything official on this subject for the moment but according to the local automotive media, BMW will introduce the all-new 3-Series Touring F31 to China over the following months.
As a quick reminder, the BMW 3-Series Touring is 97 mm longer than the sedan and its wheelbase is 50 mm longer when compared to the F30. For an easier access to the trunk, the rear window can be opened separately and the storage space has grown by 35 liters to a total of 495 liters. BMW says that the 3-Series Touring will be available in Europe at start as the 328i, 330d and 320d, with the same configurations found on the F30. All three engines will use the TwinPower Turbo Technology and the 328i will get 245 HP, the 320d will produce 184 HP and the 330d will generate 250 HP. The new generation of the BMW 3-Series Touring will go on sale in Europe later this year and in the United States in early 2013.