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BMW turns 100 this year, and while it is a momentous landmark for the brand, the German car manufacturer continues to look to the future. In fact, the 2018 iteration of the 3 Series has been spied on German streets, sporting a highly-camouflaged livery.
Details about the inside of the car are sketchy at best but it is clear that this latest model is close in looks to the soon-to-be-released 5 Series. The most noticeable changes can be seen in the headlights which are rounder than those on the current model. The eye-catching tail lights appear to be enlarged too. The double-kidney grille is present, a feature that first appeared as far back as 1933 on the BMW 303.
It is thought that interior space will be increased, particularly in regards to boot capacity and rear-seat passenger room. At the same time, weight will be decreased. Efficiency is likely to improve so don’t be surprised to see petrol and diesel engines joined by plug-in hybrid and hydrogen fuel-cell technology.
The finished article will make its official debut in Europe in 2018 and we will bring you more news as and when we get it.
You can find the full range of current BMW vehicles at Jardine Motors Group. Our Lancaster BMW showroom on Northfield Drive in Milton Keynes is open seven days a week.