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2016 BMW M3 Changes
It’s currently revealed that the next-generation BMW 3 will appear with more color options as well as new LED tail-lights. Despite there is no official details for the 2016 BMW 3 changes, at least, a couple signals regarding refreshments have been grasped. As we just mentioned, the new 3 Series will receive some tweaks outside updating new full LED tail-lights – inside, there will be a few additional color variants offered.
So far the company states to add two more: Champagne-Quartz Metallic and Smoked-Topaz Metallic. The engine, however, returning its current twin-turbo 3.0L inline-6. The ongoing BMW 3 is powered by 425 horsepower with 406 pound-feet of torque with the current engine. The available transmissions: 6-speed manual and 7-speed double-clutch systems possibly remains as well – including its current rear-wheel drive to come with all base models (the upcoming X1 will switch to front-wheel drive). In addition to freshening crome trim inside, the 2016 3 Series is promised to have refined navigating mode including personal feature advancements.
The new M3 should still be holding its capable machine while expected to show more fighting layout. The rigid chassis seems okay not to get any tweaks – since it’s been serving true driving balance through comfort. Whereas the performance sedan won’t get hold of outstanding changes, BMW boasts to keep the M3 sitting back on the top lineup among the class. The slight-tweak BMW M3 is scheduled to debut in the late 2015 and goes on sale right next year as a 2016 model year. For those who has driven the current version, it seems smart to overlook its diminutive changes.