News Spied! Peek Inside the Next-Gen BMW 3 Series’ Interior

23:26  04 may  2018
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The next generation BMW 3 Series is up for a massive upgrade not just on the outside but also on the inside as it gets an updated instrument cluster along with BMW's Adaptive mode.

2019 BMW 3 Series prototype 07© Motor Trend Staff 2019 BMW 3 Series prototype 07 The slow tease of the seventh-generation BMW 3 Series, internally codenamed G20, continues, with our spy photographer bringing us glimpses into the upcoming sedan's interior. The shots don't reveal too many surprises, but there are a few things we can see.

If you've seen a BMW interior in the past couple years, this 3 Series prototype's cabin should look very familiar. Like the 5 Series, 7 Series, and X3, the 3 Series' center stack incorporates a hexagonal design theme, with the HVAC and radio controls tapering downward. In two of the shots we get to enjoy a vantage point that's uncommon in spy photography—a view from inside the car. Our brave spy shooter snapped a close-up picture of the center console, showing the gear selector, iDrive control knob, and various buttons for drive modes and other features, which appear to be capacitive now. The electronic shifter looks like the unit in the Z4, with its park button placed in the same position at the back of the lever. And like a BMW X5 we spied recently, this 3 Series mule moves its ignition button to the center console similar to Volkswagen and Audi models. The instrument cluster in this prototype is all digital, but lower models could get physical gauges.

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  Spied! Refreshed BMW 7 Series Caught Partially Disguised Including shots of the updated interiorIt may feel like only yesterday that BMW introduced the new 7 Series, but it's actually been on sale since late 2015. That means it's due for a midcycle refresh in the next year or two. Heavily camouflaged mules have been running around for a while, but this lightly disguised prototype is the first one we've seen that actually shows what changes BMW has in mind for its updated full-size luxury sedan.

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Our spy photographers caught the upcoming BMW X5 once again, and this time we can see part of the interior . Select Model 1- Series 2- Series 3 - Series 3 - Series Plug-in 4- Series 5- Series 5- Series Diesel Inside the X5, you’ll notice a large central screen and a digitalized instrument cluster.

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The car's exterior is still well covered, but even with this much camo, it's clear the next-gen 3 Series' design will be more evolutionary than revolutionary. We see some influence from the 5 Series and 7 Series in the more substantial headlight housings, but the grille—though larger than before—isn't nearly as massive and in your face as the X7, X5, or 7 Series refresh.

We expect to learn more about the seventh-gen 3 Series as we get closer to its reveal, perhaps as early as this year. Until then, check out these spy shots and imagine yourself in the driver's seat of a new 3er.

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The drivers are pushing hard and kicking up dust on the side of the track. Development of the BMW 3 Series is progressing nicely, and this spy video reveals a pair of them going hard at the Nürburgring. While the video's title claims this is the M3, the styling doesn't match up with previous images. It's more likely that at least one of these sedans is the standard model with some sporty body parts.

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