The 7th generation of the BMW 3 Series is made up of enthusiastic look by including BMW G20 sedan and BMW G21 wagon, referred both as compact executive cars. The G20/G21 has been in production since 2019 and are often collectively referred to as the G20. This is referred to as an evolutionary design philosophy that entails every new 3-series coming the market since the launch of the very first one dated back in 1975. With more than 15 million sold since this is purely a recipe that’s worked for BMW, and always make its place to the top.
The G20 is available in Advantage, Sport Line, Luxury Line, or M Sport package, and indulging with standard equipment comprising of full LED headlights and tail-lights, automatic climate control, rain-sensing wipers, 40:20:40 split-folding rear seats, and driver assistance systems, featuring iDrive 6.0 with an 8.8-inch display, and comes up with variants like 318i, 320i, 330i, and M340i for petrol engines and 316d, 318d, 320d, 330d and M340d for diesel variants. The petrol variants are equipped with 2.0 L I4 turbo, which can produce up to 255 hp at 5,000–6,500 rpm, and a torque of 295 lb-ft at 1,550–4,400 rpm, with an optimum range of reaching 0-62 mph in just 5.8 seconds.
The diesel variants come up with a 3.0 L I6 turbo that can generate 261 hp at 4,000 rpm, and 428 lb-ft torque at 1,600–3,000 rpm.
This could reach up to a speed of 0-62 mph in just 5.5 seconds.
G20 BMW 3series comes up with fully packed safety features and marvelous safety packs including airbags, driver assistance, and parking features as well. The styling features include larger, flatter BMW kidney grille, which is now framed by a single surround, and equipped with BMW’s Adaptive M suspension, which means selectable damping rates, encompassing Comfort, Sport, and Adaptive modes to look after its elegancy and marvelous looks.
New BMW 3-Series (G20) Vs. Its Predecessor (F30):