Saturday, 28 July 2012

BMW 3 Series Launched, Unveiled By Sachin TendulKar

In an atmosphere buzzing with anticipation, the much-awaited BMW 3 series sedan was finally launched on 27th July 2012 by BMW India. The launching of the beauty in red was done by none other than the Little Master Sachin Tendulkar, the first brand ambassador and Dr. Andreas Schaaf, President of the company. The Ultimate 3 marks the beginning of the all new 6th Generation 2012 of BMW cars and possesses a much larger size and a much spacier headroom and legroom as compared to its older 5th Generation counterparts. Flaunting an aggressive and elegant exterior build, BMW 3 series sedan has a style statement of its own making it one of a kind.

Sachin Tendulkar unveils all new BMW-3 series on 27th july. The BMW 3 series sedan has been released in both petrol and diesel variants. On the one hand is the diesel BMW 320d series, which is fueled by an impressive 4-cylinder twin-turbocharged engine capable of churning out a maximum  184bhp at 4000rpm and a torque of 380Nm at merely 1750rpm and on the other hand is the BMW 328i petrol series, powered by a TwinPower 4 cylinder engine fully accomplished in stirring up a peak power of 245bhp at 5000rpm and an absolute torque of 350Nm at 1250rpm. Even in speed, the two variants are neck-and-neck. While the BMW 320d series can dash from 0 to 100 kmph within a mere 7.6 seconds, it takes barely 6.1 seconds for the 328i petrol version to do the same. While 320d owns a speed dial marked by a top speed of magnificent 235 kmph and consumes fuel at an average of 18.88 kmpl, BMW 328i can reach up to 250 kmph with a fuel economy of 14.79 kmpl. BMW launced three variants of BMW 3 series on 27th july.

Together with the fuel variants, BMW 3 series have a total of 5 options to offer, featuring distinct luxury line and sport line sections to suit the diverse lifestyles and likings of the customers. The Luxury line of BMW 3 series pictures portray lavish interiors and sophisticated exteriors focused mainly on comfort and style whereas the Sport line BMW 3 series features add a sporty touch to it all exclusively designed for the fast generation. Acknowledging the ever-increasing demand for diesel-fueled cars in India, four out of the five variants have been styled as diesel consumers leaving just one to be driven by petrol. When BMW 328i sport line bears a price tag of Rs. 37.90 lakhs, at the same time, BMW 320d price starts at Rs. 28.90 lakhs only. But along with the price tag comes an even longer list of remarkable features including eco-pro mode for fuel-saving, front and side curtain airbags for safety and improved aerodynamics to assist high-speed driving which speak for themselves.

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