These are without doubt still images from which most of the upcoming BMW E90 3-Series sedan Facelift planned to meet showrooms this summer. Since its launch at the Geneva Motor Show 2005 in the E90 racked up sales of 96000 units in its first year of production, just in the United States. Now, the 3-series is entering its fourth year of production, and these images show how BMW plans to boost the 3-series’ appeal to a formidable competitor against the Mercedes C-Class and Audi A4 sedan recently launched.
After previous winter tests spy photos, our photographer caught this silver-bluish E90 with a disguised front bumper and camouflaged head and tail lights cruise along the streets of Munich. On the basis of these images are the most visible changes appear to a new rear lot with LED taillights, a new front fascia with a newly sculpted hood and grille and new side mirrors. In accordance with the current BMW headlight design, expect to see accentuated “angel eyes” along with a revised interior, and a new selection of more environmentally friendly engines.
In September we rattled on the possibility of assembling its groundbreaking BMW 2.0-litre turbo-diesel engine-204 hp, which is currently meeting in the 123d, in the limousine E90 and E91 Touring area. Our sources say that a 323d in 2009. BMW recently DKG (double-clutch gearbox), double-clutch gearbox is probably also functions as an option in the 3-Series revised product range.