E90 LCI USA-Version (there is no remarkable difference to the EU-Version when not flashing the red rear-flashlights, besides of a little orange stripe on the side of the front fender (not viewable on the fotos))
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The all new facelift of the 3 series sedan has been a general hit among the forum crowd. However, here is the car everyone has been itching to see, the M-Technik kit equipped version. That was fast BMW…
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BMW is in the midst of its final testing for the U.S.-spec 335d–the first diesel-powered Bimmer to be sold in North America. The introduction of the 335d will coincide with the launch of facelifted sheetmetal destined for the entire 3-series lineup.
Due to e-mission restrictions, the U.S. version of the 335d will reportedly be down on power from its European cousin (265 hp and 425 lb-ft of torque vs. 282 hp and 428 lb-ft.), but even our U.S. numbers–especially the fat torque number–promise terrific performance that may well be enough convince people to make the move to diesel.
As with the 335i gasoline engine, BMW will use two turbochargers–a small, low-pressure turbo to aid low-end acceleration and a more potent turbo to help at higher … CONTINUED
Motorauthority has released this presumably pshop of what the E90 facelift will look like, but it looks pretty damn accurate to the real car to me based on the spy shots we have already seen. Looks like the perfect facelift, not to major of a change, but still good looking.
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The striptease isn’t over until the last piece of black tape is removed Here are the latest photos of the upcoming BMW 3-series facelift caught on the streets of Europe
An upcoming crossover variant based off of the 3-series has been caught testing again. Its current form is that of a E91 touring body on a raised suspension platform (probably just for testing drivetrain/suspension/etc..), which will no doubt be replaced eventually by the crossovers actual body shell.
Here are the first photos of a facelifted M-tech/M-sport E90 Sedan in Space Gray.
Looks like the rear tailights are LED.
The next 3-series is slated to arrive in 2012 and will likely be under the chassis name F30. Many changes are expected, but some unexpected. German magazine Autobild gives us some of their insights
The BMW 3-series sedan (E90) is set for a facelift later this year and here are some pictures of the nearly unmasked car. It looks to involve a bumper change, a hood change and possibly minor changes to the headlamps