We have added yet another set of BMW F30 3-series photos, with the best closeups available yet. This model is an Alpine White F30 325i/328i caught while parked, which provides us some great looks at certain camouflaged elements such as the headlights, grilles, front bumper, side view mirrors, and rear lights. Check out the new set of photos inside.
The F30 3-series FEP (final evaluation phase) stage sedans were out testing in force today! This is the third sighting we are bringing you photos from, and this time the F30 was spotted in Alpine White. Enjoy the photos!
Sometimes when it rains it pours. We bring you even more F30 spy photos today – this time of a black/dark blue F30 335i showing off F30′s double character lines, aggressive front end with squared off angel eyes and some new wheels. Check out the photos inside.
The 2012 F30 3-series sedan has finally dropped its heavy camouflage to reveal a handsome and evolutionary design from the current E90 3-series sedan!
As expected, the F30 3-series retains its sporty and squat design, with short overhangs and wheels pushed to the corners. However, the front end adopts BMWs current design language, with a sleeker sloping front fascia with widened kidney grilles. The rear lights remain classic L-shapes and the car retains the prominent character line throughout its doors.
The F30 3-series sedan is expected to be officially announced in November in London, at the Olympics, and makes its world debut at the 2012 Geneva motor show in March of 2012. Sales should begin shortly after in Europe and in the US by the Spring. As per … CONTINUED
Here is an updated F30 3-series generation debut and sales timeline, as speculated by SCOTT26. The F30 3-series sedan will be announced in November of this year, coinciding with the Olympics. It will then make its public debut at the 2012 Geneva autoshow in March of 2012 and be on sale shortly thereafter.
Catch the rest of the timeline, including some insight into the 3-series Gran Turismo model inside…
The next generation F30 3-series is nearly upon us (we’re expecting info on it later this year), so what is your improvements wishlist for the next 3 series? BMW does read the site and comments, so come share… you never know, your wish may be granted.