BMW’s 3 Series has recently officially released a new 2023 style facelift. The whole is not replaced with the much-talked-about large-size kidney grille, but a reimagined front design, including LED lights, more sporty and aggressive.
The front bumper, slightly tweaked grille, and the same aesthetics extend to the rear bumper, albeit with a broadly similar profile, but owners will be able to choose a new paint tone, wheel rim style, and standard models will get black trim, retro BMW Motorsport logo.
The interior part is the place where the more obvious changes can be seen in this facelift, including a new 12.3-inch instrument panel from the iX model, and a 14.9-inch infotainment screen. The two coexist on a curved screen, and others have more There are also upgrades such as a moving lever-type transmission-by-wire system, central air vents, cloud navigation, and three-zone climate control.
In terms of final power performance, there are still three options of turbocharged four-cylinder, turbocharged inline six-cylinder, and plug-in hybrid, all of which use the same eight-speed automatic transmission and standard rear-drive, all-wheel drive. The driver is an optional item.
The exact pricing of the 2023 BMW 3 Series has not yet been announced, and the sale time is expected to be in July this year. Interested readers may wish to pay more attention.