BMW has made no less than 10 million 3-Series sedan as the landmark model has just rolled off the assembly line in Munich, Germany.
The BMW 3-Series Sedan is a successful vehicle and the newest milestone announced is telling us that no less than 10 million units have been produced so far. The 10 millionth car is a 320d LCI and it has an Imperial Blue shade covering its body. The model is making use of the 2.0 liter TwinPower Turbo four-cylinder engine, rated at 190 HP (140 kW) and 400 Nm (295 lb-ft) of torque. It can reach 100 km/h (62 mph) in 7.2 seconds and go up to 235 km/h (146 mph).
“The success story of the BMW 3 Series started here in Plant Munich and is now reaching a very special highpoint here as well. The fact that this landmark vehicle was produced at our plant is a particular honor for us and makes me very proud indeed of my team”, said the plant director at the BMW Group facility in Munich, Hermann Bohrer.
The BMW Group Plant Munich is producing a total of 1,000 cars daily out of which half are 3-Series. In order to meet the strong demand for the vehicle, this is also being put together in Regensburg, Germany, in Rosslyn, South Africa, and in Tiexi, China. The BMW 3-Series is currently in its sixth generation and it has received a facelift recently, bringing LED taillights and headlights, new air intakes, a revised apron, fresh paints, a full color head-up display, Navigation Professional system, chrome accents and some engine tweaks.