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The 2019 BMW 3 Series doesn't hit the market until March 2019, and there's an even longer wait for the full-bore M3. To sate the desire of performance-hungry drivers, the automaker has a range of M Performance Parts for the sedan that makes the four-door look a little meaner. On the outside, BMW offers a variety of sporty enhancements that are available in a high-gloss black or carbon-fiber finish. There are two front splitter options that offer different levels of aggressiveness. Carbon fiber mirror caps also dress up the sedan's appearance, and M-branded side sills let customers show off that they have the upgrades. At the back, there two trunk lid spoilers available to let customers decide how obvious they want the piece to be. Gray-tinted taillights add a darker aesthetic to the rear. A diffuser comes in a carbon, high-gloss black, or matte black finish. Plus, BMW offers exhaust tips in a mix of titanium and carbon fiber. A set of 18-inch M Performance brakes are also among the available upgrades. They include perforated and grooved discs with higher thermal resistance than the standard units. A set of four-piston red calipers clamp down on them. To dress up the appearance further, there are M Performance wheels to add to the 3 Series. The designs include 18-inch units in matte black with double spokes. There are also 20-inch forged parts in a mix of jet black and burnished finish, and 20-inch forged wheels with Y spokes that come either entirely in matte black or a mix of matte ferric grey and gloss lathed. In case you need to swap out winter and summer rubber, a set of M-branded tire bags let owners carry them in style. Moving inside, customers can dress things up with a variety of parts. An M Performance steering wheel features a red strip at the top and has hand-sewn, cross-stitch seams. Carbon fiber shift paddles can add more style. A carbon fiber trim kit can add a sportier aesthetic to the rest of the cabin, too. If you're planning on taking the new 3 Series to the track, the M Performance drive analyzer records driving data from the onboard computers and relaying the info to a smartphone app. It can also interface with a phone's video camera for recording your laps. Alternatively, the setup can connect with something like a GoPro mounted on the front or rear towing ring for a better view. When the 2019 3 Series finally arrives in March, folks in the U.S. will only be able to get the sedan with a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder producing 255 horsepower (190 kW) and 295 pound-feet (400 Newton-meters) of torque. An eight-speed automatic is the only available gearbox, but there's a choice of rear- or all-wheel drive. Later, a 3.0-liter turbocharged inline-six will join the lineup with 382 hp (295 kW) and 369 lb-ft (500 Newton-meters) of torque. Source: BMW #mew_3Series #2019_3Series #3_Seriesg20 Subscribe now 👉 https://goo.gl/M7yJtf Press the little bell ((🔔)) to get notifications Follow us Facebook : https://www.fb.me/4drivetime twitter : https://twitter.com/4Drivetime
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