BMW 3-Series Facelift With Revamped Exterior and Superior Engine Arrives on May 7
BMW has revamped its fast-selling 3-series facelift with few major updates, and it is geared to unveil the luxury sedan at an event in Munich. The new model will launch a week from now, i.e. May 7. There have been rumours about the refreshed BMW 3-series, which gives a pretty good idea of what can be expected.
The BMW 3-series facelift is tweaked on the design front, and sizeable improvements will be experienced in its motor as well. The 2016 model by the German automobile manufacturer will have a 1.5-litre 3-cylinder twin-turbocharged engine, which is presently in fitted to 2-Series Active Tourer (Europe-only) and third-gen MINI Cooper. The sedan will give tough competition to the latest Mercedes-Benz C-Class. There are reports of a 2.0-litre petrol-electric hybrid as well.
Coming onto the exterior, the high-end version will sport a full adaptive LED headlight setup, a refurbished bumper on both ends, new tail lamps, and a kidney grille. Minor updates will be noticed in the interior as well.
For now, there are no further revelations, and its price and availability details will be disclosed at the launch event itself. Keep checking back for more updates.