• Jul 13th 2010 at 7:03PM
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BMW has outlined the changes to its model line that will commence during the production changeover in September. One of the most noteworthy among them is that every BMW M3 made will come standard with the company's Automatic/Start Stop feature. It will also come standard with an on/off switch, so you can leave your car running at stop lights should you choose.

Other M3 tweaks include the M Button on steering wheel, which will come standard with the ability to program your preferred driving modes, lighter Manual M Sport Seats, a Mineral White Metallic paint option, a Bi-color Novillo leather trim and a Convenience Package that replaces the Technology Package. Click the link for the details on BMW's entire lineup changes.

[Source: BMW Blog]

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