2012 BMW 3 Series Online Configurator Now Available

3-Series | November 2nd, 2011 by 4
BMW-3er-F30-Konfigurator

BMW launches the online configurator for the 2012 BMW 3 Series. Now available on BMW.de and BMW.co.uk, the extensive configurator allow us to take a …

BMW launches the online configurator for the 2012 BMW 3 Series. Now available on BMW.de and BMW.co.uk, the extensive configurator allow us to take a closer look at the packages, options, colors and trims for the new, redesigned 3er.

The three lines are also included on the online portal, Modern, Sport and Luxury, with the M Sport models following shortly.

Last week, BMW announced that it already began producing the new 3 Series Sedan and the first units will be delivered to European customers in the next few months.

2012 BMW 3 Series Online Configurator Now Available

In the US, the F30 3 Series Sedan will make its debut in February 2012, after a world premiere at the Detroit Auto Show in January.

At launch time, BMW will offer a variety of power units, from four-cylinder petrol and diesel engines, to the more powerful six-cylinder turbocharged engines. In Europe, BMW will once again offer the ultra-efficient and environmental-friendly 320d EfficientDynamics.

As announced recently, the top model, 335, will have a base price of 47,340 euros or around 35, 000 British pounds for UK customers. No pricing is yet available for the US market.

If you’re on the market for a new 3 Series, feel free to head over to the the website and virtually configure your ideal model.

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  • alex

    Okay.. I wanted to try out a new 335i. First disappointment is that there is no “sport” model of the 335i. What the hell? Is the 335i “sport” to begin with then?

    Alright, alright.. well, maybe the UK website is just screwy. But wait. If I go for the Modern version, I can only have an oyster colored interior? Another big WTF. I have to go for the luxury version for more interior colors. What kind of luxury is not being able to choose your own interior color? And if you DONT change the interior color its black, with a really freaking ugly pink trim. It’s ugly. If you change it to aluminum, it’s still ugly because the dash board is this horrible, horrible oyster/white color. Then it doesn’t even give you an option for the trim finishers either. It’s still ugly. It doesn’t even give you the option for a manual transmission.

    This “three lines” deal is really retarded and all its going to wind up doing is confusing people. I really hope BMW realizes this and corrects it soon. These “configurators” really brought down my hopes for the new 3, but I’m going to wait for the USA configurator to launch. I’ll make my final decision then.

    • alex

      I wish I understood German. The German version of the website seems a lot more well constructed.

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