The current BMW 3 Series G20 is about to be facelifted, confirmed by a test car.

For BMW Series 3, the body code G20 is currently on the market, this is considered a Body that has been in the market for quite a long time, then it’s time to do Facelift on the European side, they call each other, but if it’s the side. Japan, they are often called Minor Change. What changes will it have? Let’s go see it.

In this series of photos, it is reported that it is a BMW 3 Series in body code G20 that has been facelifted or has a new lip make-up that reveals only the front lamps and a small grille, the lines of the bonnet. Half of that is still obscured, but the obvious thing is that the headlamps appear to be smaller than before and a new LED Day Time Running Light has been placed on the front bumper. New design of air ducts

As for the engine system, of course, there will still be a Plug in Hybrid version coming out as before, but there will be a new upgrade to make it stronger than before or not. There is also a Series 3 that is an all Electric model, and on top of that, there will be a special version that will focus on the Chinese market, the long wheelbase or the long body model, which I used to suspect. Why in the Chinese market is popular with long body models? The answer that seems funny but is true is that they say that Chinese people in the back seat like to sit cross-legged, so the car group. Luxury that wants to make good sales in China, most of them have to come out with a long body model to have more leg room in the rear row.

The launch is expected to begin in the summer of 2022 on the European side and will Going to sell in the United States in the code year 2023, the door will be sold in 2022, I’m not confused because Americans like to meet like this as Model Year. Next year, it will be sold this year as usual.

Source: motor1

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