BMW South Africa has successfully gained accreditation to export the new F30 BMW 3 Series to China.
With the compact executive league as hot as ever, can the new 3 Series reinstate BMW’s bragging rights?
The launch of a new BMW 3 Series is always a highly anticipated affair and, as BMW South Africa prepares to introduce the sixth generation of its top-selling compact saloon, it’s not only fans of the brand who will be looking forward experiencing the next evolution (codenamed F30) of the 3 but indeed South Africans as a whole should be excited about the happenings behind the scenes of bringing this new model to market.
Take a closer look at the new F30 BMW 3 Series in its three specification guises as they pose for beauty shots and then take to the road…
BMW has finally lifted the wraps of its eagerly awaited sixth-generation 3 Series via the company’s facebook page.
BMW’s vice president of brand communication, Andreas-Christoph Hoffman introduces the latest, and perhaps the most important, addition to the company’s product line-up – the F30 BMW 3 Series.
On the eve of the sixth-generation BMW 3 Series on-line unveiling, it’s difficult to believe that the 3 Series, the staple of BMW’s product line-up, has been with us for almost 36 years. We take a look back at some of the highlights of its tenure as what many consider the defining compact executive car.