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2015 BMW 3 Series Sedan Facelift – SPY PHOTOS

Spy Photos | August 5th, 2014 by 6
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A 2015 BMW 3 Series Sedan facelifted prototype was spotted in Spain during a testing trial. In 2015, BMW will introduce the facelift of the …

A 2015 BMW 3 Series Sedan facelifted prototype was spotted in Spain during a testing trial.

In 2015, BMW will introduce the facelift of the already highly successful F30 3 Series, but the changes are expected to be minimal. Our sources say that most of the exterior changes will be related to the front bumper and kidney grille, as well as to the rear bumper. BMW will also offer LED headlights as an option for the 3 Series.

Inside, the trim and colors will get a small refresh, and the iDrive Touch Controller. No significant interior changes are expected.

The new B4x engines replaces the N4x family and like its predecessor is a four cylinder in-line, common rail injection, 1,995 cc displacement with a single turbocharger with variable turbine geometry.

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While the N47 in the 318d and 320d models made 143 and 184, the new B47 provides 150 and 190 bhp. The maximum torque for the based B47 remains at 360 Newton meters, but it is now available between 1500-2250 rpm (previously 1750-2500). With the more powerful stage, the maximum torque climbs from 380 to 400 Newton meters between 1750-2250 rpm (previously 380 Nm 1750-2750 rpm).

A three cylinder F30 3 Series is also said to be planned, but no greenlight has been given so far.

BMW is expected to launch the F30 3 Series Sedan LCI at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show.

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[Source: Autogespot]

  • agurk

    Please, give us LED taillights!!!!!

  • bgdc

    Agreed about LED taillights. They were standard on the original G35 10 years ago. The dang Corolla has standard LED headlights… BMW needs to stop upcharging for basic technology.

  • TWINCAM

    tail lights are already LED…They are working towards OLED now.

    • mpwr

      They’re talking about the actual brake lights, which are still using standard bulbs… Not the dual-strip parking lights.

  • digivue

    I wonder why BMW doesn’t want to listen to its customers and fix lame halogen taillights? Or they think people would buy anything with roundel on it?

    • Nag Pal

      quite sure that’s what BMW thinks, they already lag Audi and Mercedes in India.

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