Undisguised BMW F30 3-Series

BMW F30 3-Series

The BWM F30 3-Series sedan will be joining the future line-up very soon as the online forum leaked the spyshot photo couple of days ago. How soon this no-longer-mysterious BWM F30 3-Series sedan enters the production line-up? BMW will begin the production of the BWM F30 3-Series sedan this November and the couple of leaked photos that showed the vehicle without any camouflage cover pretty much emphasize that it is the final design.

So, why BMW seems speed things up? Well, it is obvious that the BWM F30 3-Series sedan has a lot to catch up with other siblings as BMW has shared the technical data on the new 1-Series and if they don’t rush it, there will be no simultaneously revealing moment for all the new BMW models.

Now, based on the blurry photos, of the BWM F30 3-Series sedan, we can pretty much tell that the car has evolved from its previous generation. It is very clear that the BWM F30 3-Series sedan looking more mature and we congrats the German manufacturer for that. Umm… it might sound strange, but we really think that the BWM F30 3-Series sedan is somehow looks like the scale-down version of the BMW 5-Series, but this one is more edgy and carries fresh package.

BMW F30 3-Series - rear view

We notice that the indicator lights of the BWM F30 3-Series sedan have been relocated to the mirrors which only mean one thing: BMW is offering new design lines for the 3-Series variants. The variants for the BWM F30 3-Series sedan pretty much will be in Urban and Sport trims.

Step inside the BWM F30 3-Series sedan, it will have Head Up Display and separate iDrive screen, just like the new 6-Series. Rumor has it that the BWM F30 3-Series sedan will carry a bit of taste from the past because the steering wheel is no longer black, instead it’s the same beige tone as the rest of the interior. Classic!

We really hope the unveiling of the BWM F30 3-Series sedan at the next month Frankfurt Auto Show, but BMW chose Geneva Motor Show as the reveal point next spring. The European marketing for the BWM F30 3-Series sedan will be the same time with the unveiling schedule, and the US distribution will be followed in couple of months. The only two variants of the BWM F30 3-Series sedan that ready for market are the 328i and 335i because the German carmaker have been tested these vehicles. No further details information about this sedan, so we have to hold on our curiosity about the BWM F30 3-Series sedan.

5 thoughts on “Undisguised BMW F30 3-Series”

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