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It's the most powerful 3 Series that isn't an M3.
BMW's development chief wants the G20 to surpass the previous dynamic high marks.
New 3 Series vs. Tesla Model 3, Audi A4 and Mercedes-Benz C-Class.
An aero package and larger brakes should help track performance.
We drove the 330i earlier this year.
We've already driven an early 330i prototype.
The steering and suspension tweaks improve control and composure
It's still unmistakably a BMW.
And yeah, it's probably true.
Word on the street is that the iconic and much-beloved BMW E30, the 3 Series for most of the 1980s and a bit of the 1990s, has become too rare and valuable to show up in America's big self-service wrecking yards. Don't believe it! I see E30s in most of Colorado, Arizona, and California yards I frequent during my travels. Last month, I stepped into a big Denver-area wrecking yard with a mission: photograph the first E30 I saw. Here it is, a faded-but-intact 1991 325i sedan.
The 2019 BMW 3 Series, codenamed G20, will be the seventh generation of the Munich carmaker's volume seller and multiple award winner. The sedan we'll supposedly see at this year's Paris Motor Show will be almost all new, from platform to interior materials. Engines will carry over, but they get a host of updates resulting in more power and lower emissions. And two new M Performance additions to the range, the M340i and M340d, will supplant the current 340i fill the gap between the standard mode
We see how the latest wagon compares to its rivals.
The 911 was likely there for benchmarking.
The straight-six also gets a nice boost in power.