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Easily one of the most popular luxury sedans, the BMW 3-Series is a volume product that yields an impact on the greater space.

That's because it's become the benchmark product across the industry.

After all these years, this is the entry-level luxury vehicle that everyone watches and tries to emulate. It always has the right mix of sporting ability and luxury features that draws customers in. 

So, now that the current-gen 3-Series is dated, now what?

Seen in the best spy shots yet, the next-gen BMW 3-Series has been exposed in a big way. This has us excited! In the latest collection, the production front grilles, headlights and taillights are seen for the first time. But, of greater importance, are the interior snaps. With the lid being lifted off for the first time, we can tell that there's a lot of all-new touches here. 

Take note of the all-new instrument panel, gearshift, iDrive controller, center stack with all-new HVAC vents — design and location — and more. 

While there's still plenty that's hidden, we're curious if YOU like what you see, so far. What say you, Spies? Is BMW lining up its BEST 3-Series yet?


...According to our 
future models crystal ball, the 2019 3 Series (G20) will come to US as 330i, 330e and M340i (in choice of sDrive or xDrive for all models). The B48TU engine that will power the 330i will receive a small power increase to 255hp. 

The G20 will come with a host of cool toys. The instrument panel seen in these photos is the same one from the upcoming 8 Series, a special differential will be included with the M Sport Package, ambient light, laser lights (even for US cars), significantly improved autonomous driving capabilities, remote engine start, and much more...


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SPIED! The Next-gen BMW 3-Series Is Slowly REVEALED! All-new Pics Show Exterior Details Plus INTERIOR Changes

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