Next month BMW expand its 3 Series Coupe range with the 320i Coupe, the BMW 330i M Sport and their soon-to-be-launched convertible sibling.
The M Sports Package 330i M Sport features M aerodynamics and high- gloss satin chrome to give the car a striking and sporty exterior. The M Sports suspension, together with 18-inch light-alloy wheels in star-spoke styling, convey the superior drive power of the engine to the road in dynamic style, lowering the entire car by 15mm. Optional 19-inch light-alloy wheels in double-spoke design are also available - the first time a 19-inch Runflat tyre will have been made available on any BMW model.
The dynamic driving experience is further accentuated in the interior by sports seats, polished aluminium trim, a leather steering wheel, foot-rests and door entry trim.
The 320i Coupe develops a maximum output of 115kW of power at 6400rpm and a peak torque of 200Nm at 3600rpm.
BMW claims that the 320i Coupe has a top speed of 250kmh and can sprint from zero to 100kmh in 8,9 seconds.
The new BMW 320i Coupe six-speed manual retails for R318500, its six-speed automatic stable mate sells for R333000 and the M Sports Package adds R29500 to the price.