BMW Canada has announced the introduction of a limited production run of 335i M Performance Edition for the months of July and August.
This limited production F30 M Performance Edition features all the M Performance parts - cosmetic and performance enhancing, including the M Performance Power Kit and M Performance exhaust.
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The BMW F30 3 Series features prominently in a trailer for the upcoming Hollywood flick Now You See Me.
You can see more of the F30 in action when the film opens in theaters on May 31, 2013.
Here is a look at the F30 M Performance kit fully painted - in Glacier Silver.
Have a look at the first Valencia Orange F31 3 Series Touring M Sport on F30POST. One eye catching wagon.
The BMW F30 3 Series has been awarded the Autocar Asian Car of the Year 2013. It was given to both the standard BMW 3-series and the long wheelbase version, was presented to Ian Robertson, BMW chief of sales and marketing, and chief designer Adrian van Hooydonk, at the Shanghai motor show.
We had a chance this week to drive a group of F30 335i equipped with the full complement of BMW M Performance Parts. On the performance side, these cars featured M Performance Power Kit (PPK), suspension kit, brakes and exhaust. Cosmetic enhancements include the M Performance front lip spoiler/splitters, sport stripes, carbon fiber mirror caps, black kidney grilles, side-sill decals, 20″ wheels (Style 405M), carbon fiber/alcantara interior and carbon fiber shift lever.
How did the cars perform? With the M Performance Suspension Kit, the 335i handling felt several increments more immediate and responsive, with less roll, squat or dive than a standard 335i. The cars looked great too with the reduced wheel gap. The upgraded brakes held up well lap after lap and session after session … CONTINUED
A side by side look at how the BMW 3 Series and its sportiest front end designs have evolved in two generations - from the E46 M Tech to the F30 M Sport.
Photos courtesy of E46toF30.
The BMW 328i has been selected as the winner of the Cars.Com Sports Sedan Challenge. The 3 Series emerged as the winner in a series of evaluations including race track testing, instrumented measurements, street driving and a long distance trip on different types of roads.
The BMW 3 Series and five competitor cars were judged by a panel of experts from Cars.com, MotorWeek, and USA Today. The cars were also judged by actual car shoppers who were in the market for a sport sedan and were invited to participate.
The final results were:
1st Place: 2013 BMW 328i M Sport sedan (859 points)
2nd Place: 2013 Volvo S60 T5 AWD Premier (793 points)
3rd Place: 2013 Acura TL 3.7 SH-AWD Tech (775 points)
4th Place: 2013 Cadillac ATS … CONTINUED