BMW doesn’t seem ready to ditch the regular combustion version of one of its classic cars. Proof of this is that the German automaker would consider launching a new 3 Series variant in two different models: one 100% electric and the other traditional, combustion.
If the people on the BMW Blog are correct in what they learned from the manufacturer’s sources, the 3 Series combustion, launched on the market in 2018 at the Paris Motor Show, will be almost a decade on the market, as the redesigned model is expected. it will be officially announced only in 2025.
The new 3 Series Combi would continue to use the CLAR platform, which would also open up the possibility of a hybrid version accompanying the launch. And those two wouldn’t be the only new things in BMW’s plans for the coming years.
100% electric series 3 also on the way
According to an investigation by the BMW Blog, the German automaker would also decide to put on the market a 100% electric variant of the Series 3. It would be built on the Neue Klasse platform, and would operate under the code name. THEY.
An all-electric version of the BMW 3 Series could also be ready in 2025, but for now, it’s all speculation, as no one from the German automaker has officially confirmed the news so far.
It is worth remembering, however, that at the time of the launch of the BMW iX, it has already been tested by Canaltech, the brand promised the arrival of new 100% electric and more affordable models. Who knows the new Series 3 is not in the package?
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