2011 BMW 3-Series M-Sport revealed

2011 BMW 3-Series M-Sport revealed

It’s been a week of leaked images for BMW, first the Mini Countryman was outed prematurely (read news) and now images of the new M-Sport package for the 3-Series are floating around.

The images of the M Sport package available on the 2011 BMW 3 Series coupe and convertible show similarities to the recent model refresh. Overall the changes are subtle, but effective. The lines on the front bumper follow the same form as on the current M Sport package, but are more angular and the lower opening appears slightly larger. Out back, the current vehicle’s single exhaust pipe at each corner gets switched to a dual pipe on the left side, and a new wheel design is fitted at each corner.

Interior upgrades should include the usual M-badged steering wheel and shifter, along with an anthracite headliner. All the details are due to be revealed soon, most likely at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show.


It’s been a week of leaked images for BMW, first the Mini Countryman was outed prematurely (read news) and now images of the new M-Sport package for the 3-Series are floating around.

The images of the M Sport package available on the 2011 BMW 3 Series coupe and convertible show similarities to the recent model refresh. Overall the changes are subtle, but effective. The lines on the front bumper follow the same form as on the current M Sport package, but are more angular and the lower opening appears slightly larger. Out back, the current vehicle’s single exhaust pipe at each corner gets switched to a dual pipe on the left side, and a new wheel design is fitted at each corner.

Interior upgrades should include the usual M-badged steering wheel and shifter, along with an anthracite headliner. All the details are due to be revealed soon, most likely at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show.


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