Wallpapers: 2012 BMW 3 Series Sedan

3-Series | October 15th, 2011 by 6
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The 2012 BMW 3 Series coverage continues with a set of official wallpapers. In its six generation, the high-volume seller 3 Series launched yesterday in …

The 2012 BMW 3 Series coverage continues with a set of official wallpapers. In its six generation, the high-volume seller 3 Series launched yesterday in Munich in front of journalists from  around the world.

The F30 3 Series Sedan was penned by Christian Weil, the very same designed responsible for the 5 Series GT. The interior design was created by Christian Bauer who also designed the current generation 6 Series coupe and convertible.

Similar to the new F20 1 Series, the new 3 Series will be offered with a standard package and M Sport package, as well as three new lines: Sport, Luxury and Modern. These will provide an extensive customization program for customer by offering more upfront options.

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Customers can therefore adapt the appearance of their car to their personal lifestyle and preferences – in their own way and with eye-catching results. For the company, these new lines will result in additional savings.

The sixth generation of the 3 Series has grown moderately in size compared to its predecessor, with its wide track (front + 37 mm/1.46 in., rear + 47 mm/1.85 in.) particularly prominent, and the car’s length (+ 93 mm/3.66 in.) and wheelbase (+ 50 mm/1.96 in.) also accentuates its sporting allure. Interior and trunk space have therefore increased.

For full coverage on the new BMW 3 Series, follow the link.

6 responses to “Wallpapers: 2012 BMW 3 Series Sedan”

  1. Babken says:

    The 3 Series is a huge blow to the 5 Series prestige. Just look at the rear and tell me if there’s any difference between the 3 and 5 Series. Just a shame on BMW. For example, the look of the C-Class differs from the E-Class, and that’s wise. In general, BMW managers don’t have a slight understanding in market positioning of products.

  2. Viper says:

    right on.
    it s like they think if they made a successful series then all the rest should look exactly like that one.
    dont like it. but i bet it drives good. but that part just doesnt cuts it. for me.
    the car has to be good looking. period.

  3. Ken D says:

    I was about to stitch myself into a 5 series but now I’d rather stick with a 3. The problem with the 5 always has been that doesn’t set itself apart enough from the 3.  The saga continues.

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