BMW will launch the latest version of its 3 Series Sedan and Wagon in New Zealand later this year.
The German carmaker is bringing a revamped design and improved safety features with it.
New headlights, kidney grille and front apron have made the front end look simplistic and clean. The headlights, especially, are much slimmer than before and aren’t so in-your-face.
Like the front, the rear apron and bumper have also had changes. They’re less bulky and, unsurprisingly, glossier thanks to a new finish.
The interior is dominated by a new curved digital display. The digital cluster and central touchscreen are combined in this iMax of a screen.
You can also talk to it if you’re super lonely and into that sort of thing.
BMW New Zealand offers the new 3 Series Sedan in 320i, 330e plug-in hybrid and M340i xDrive variants. The Wagon will be available solely in the 320d xDrive variant.
All engines are paired with an eight-speed Steptronic Sport transmission.
Safety features such as lane assist, collision warning and park assist have been improved to meet BMW’s current standards.
The sedan and Wagon arrive in New Zealand in the fourth quarter. Pricing and specification details will be announced closer to the launch date.