BMW fans look forward to get something new from seventh generation of sedan 2020 BMW 3 Series. They will not wait long. BMW has prepared a new model with a lot of changes compering with previous version.
The new 2020 BMW 3 Series will have a modular Cluster Architecture (CLAR) and a longer wheelbase. Weight is down, with up to 55 kg being shaved off its mass, while torsional rigidity has been increased by 15 to 20% over the outgoing model. The reason is greater use of aluminum, high-strength steel and magnesium.
A new version of 2020 BMW 3 Series M Sport offering greater precision, but it’s in the area of handling that that the most attention has been paid, focusing on aspects of the suspension. New bits including twin-rated passive shock absorbers being employed for the M Sport suspension. These provide additional damping support at the extremes of wheel travel, offering improved rebound control at the front axle and better compression support at the rear.
The result is a flatter and smooth ride. When we add with less body movement, changes that should see the 3er once again stake a claim to the handling crown. The new suspension hardware significantly increases the effective spring rate of the BMW 3 Series M Sport suspension, and the difference in response and body control between it and a standard suspension is wider.
2020 BMW 3 Series M Sport – Engine range
Hart of the new BMW 3 Series will have a expected revisions. Engine will have a slight increase in power and torque, and also offer incremental gains in fuel economy. The 2.0 litre turbo petrol in the 330i tested by the publication, for example, now produces 260 hp (up from 252 hp) and 400 Nm of torque (from 350 Nm).
Manual transmissions are expected to be fitted as standard on models lower down the range, but at 330i variant levels and higher only an eight-speed automatic will feature. Available as an option on more powerful variants will be a limited-slip differential, effectively a pared-down version of the e-diff found on the M3. More information you can find on web site http://www.2018bestcar.com.
2020 BMW 3 Series M Sport – Interior and Release date
The centre stack and console layout of 2020 BMW 3 Series will follow on that seen on the Z4. The report notes that the sampling mule offered more polish in the cabin through brighter work material for trim.
Release date of 2020 BMW 3 Series will be at the Paris Motor Show in early October.