Get Ready, the All New 2019 BMW 3 Series is Almost Here

Official Release: The BMW 3 Series Sedan is the Munich-based premium carmaker’s most successful model range worldwide and embodies the core of the BMW brand. The world premiere of the seventh-generation sports sedan is the highlight of the Mondial de l’Automobile 2018 show in Paris. And it will celebrate its global debut alongside an array of other new models at the press conference taking place at 9.00 a.m. CET on Tuesday, 2 October 2018. The venue for the press conference will be BMW’s stand upstairs in Hall 5.

At 4.00 p.m. CET the same day, also at the BMW stand, media representatives will be given exclusive insights into the design highlights, new technological features and innovations in the field of connectivity which shape the character of the new BMW 3 Series Sedan. Chairman of the Board of Management at BMW AG Harald Krüger, Board members Pieter Nota (Sales and Brand BMW), Klaus Fröhlich (Development) and Dr Nicolas Peter (Finance), plus a host of experts from various Development departments will be available for in-depth discussions about the new BMW 3 Series Sedan under the banner “Get Together – Get Your Story”.

The Mondial de l’Automobile 2018 is also hosting the show premieres of the new BMW Z4 and new BMW 8 Series Coupe, and the world premieres of the fourth-generation BMW X5 and new BMW M5 Competition (fuel consumption combined: 10.8 – 10.7 l/100 km [26.2 – 26.4 mpg imp]; CO2 emissions combined: 246 – 243 g/km).

If you cannot make it to Paris, you can catch the world premiere on the BMW Group live stream at

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    This from today’s Top Gear (you can read the whole article there). I couldn’t agree more:

    “News of a new BMW 3 Series was of interest, then. This is, after all, a model line that has shifted more than 15 million cars during its lifetime. It’s the reason BMW exists today; the core of its range. The car that allowed the company to use its ‘Ultimate Driving Machine’ tag and actually be proved right. It is a Very Important Car.

    So you’ll have to forgive me if I think the styling’s a bit… fussy. Threes used to be clean, simple designs – find a cared-for, unmolested E21, E30, E36 or even E46 (you’ll have to try quite hard) and you’ve got something really quite timeless.”

    I drove 320’s-325is’s for over 25 years, and I’ve seen this downward spiral for quite some time now. These cars were unique, clean looking, well-proportioned, exciting to drive, didn’t look like anything else. As the writer says: “fussy styling”. Busy, surface decoration (surface flaming?!!), terrible proportions, huge nostrils, nothing special. Really a shame, and I don’t know what it will take for this company to get back to making what used to be the Ultimate Driving Machine.