BMW Presents Every Aspect Of The All-New, 2019 3-Series Sedan

BMW has just unveiled an all-new generation of their 3-Series and that’s a pretty big deal for most, if not all, global markets.

Sure, the 3-Series may not be as big in say South America as it is in Europe, but it’s still safe to say that, no matter where you go, you’ll hear people refer to it as sort of the poster child for the premium sports sedan segment, with an emphasis on sports.

In fact, until the previous-generation F30 model, the 3-Series was mostly known for being the one car in its class that offered a very sporty experience behind the wheel, thanks to its finely-tuned chassis, rear-wheel drive setup and well above average steering feel.

Then, the F30 came along and the 3-Series worked its way towards becoming a more balanced product, one that could be described as both engaging to drive as well as comfortable.

Now in its seventh-generation (G20), the 3-Series is exploring a third dimension, one in which the driver also gets to interact with the car digitally. In other words, this is the most technologically-advanced 3er in history, something British TV presenter Nicki Shields talks about in one of BMW’s official presentation videos for their latest product. In fact, she talks us through the 3-Series’ design, gadgets and M Performance parts accessories.

For now, we’ll let you run through the clips and learn as much as you can about the all-new 2019 3-Series. However, our coverage of the car has just begun, so stay tuned for more G20-related content in the days to come.

 

  • no25

    Honestly, I think the overall design is not that bad. I know a lot of people do not care for it, but for me, it’s similar to the current model with minor improvements (when it comes to design). I will agree that the front bumper under the grille is a little messy, but overall it looks sleek and aggressive. Interior also looks a lot better as well!

    • Six Thousand Times

      You have to expect a lot of internet bitching.

    • OdysseyTag

      With you there.

    • Nick099

      It has taken them years to get away from the Bangle effect.

  • ksegg

    No one cares anymore.

    This is about as exciting as Infiniti announcing they’re working on a SECRET G9000 ULTRA GF MUGEN GT-RSR special CONCEPT.

    • xDRAN0x

      Nobody cares about Infiniti because of their two-screen infotainement,

      • no25

        no one cares about Infiniti PERIOD. lol

        • ksegg

          That being said, I actually think out of the trio of 90’s luxury branch offs – Acura, Infiniti, and Lexus……Lexus is the only one that is actually still relevant today.

  • Chris
  • ErnieB

    I immediately saw the Lexus IS dna .. man you collab with a Japanese company and the design goes down the pooper!

    • Mike anonymous

      Oh no, I think Japan actually has some great designed vehicles. Japanese automakers KNOW how to make a good design (it’s just more times than not, they are either worries more about the profits, or don’t care enough about said design).

      But when other countries try to emulate that style,.. well it’s pretty poor (as you’ve stated). I don’t know why but many auto manufacturers are trying to move to a more “aggressive” style, opposed to being true to not only their brands, but that individual vehicles history.

  • chuck2

    not bad. Still doesnt have much on my modded 13-335IS. Drive time 😉

  • GobbleUp

    Not a bad looking 5 series.
    Oops, I guess it’s a 3 series but so big now.

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