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.

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.