The BMW 3 Series generations have powered their way into enthusiast’s hearts for decades. Race through the history of The Ultimate Driving Machine.
For 104 years, BMW has built vehicles for the enthusiast as “The Ultimate Driving Machine.” And since 1975, the BMW 3 Series generations have been the banner carrier for the brand. To enthusiasts, the 3 Series has been the purest example of what BMW stands for. The 3 is where the M Sport model line began, and although the 3 Series generations have grown in size and there is now a 2 Series, it’s still highly capable as a sports sedan. We’re looking back at the BMW 3 Series history through the years, one of the company’s most popular and iconic cars. BMW 3 Series generations span decades of every body style, multiple sports car racing classes, and success in the street and track. Whether you are an enthusiast or lover of the brand, the 3 Series continues to provide you the benefits of its mission as The Ultimate Driving Machine.
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The BMW 3 Series generations have come a long way over the last 40 years. The 7th generation has evolved with the marketplace’s demands in size, aerodynamics, electrification, and performance. The technology, speed, and cornering would have been unheard of in a passenger car, let alone an F1 car, when the 3 Series first entered the market. The most recent G20 3 Series is luxurious, extremely quick, full of the latest technology, and larger than any generation before it. But its heart still beats to the tune of The Ultimate Driving Machine started in 1975.
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