2021 BMW 3 Series

What's New For the 2021 BMW 3 Series?

A new powertrain is the most notable change for the 3 Series in 2021 compared to the 2020 model year. The 3 Series is a plug-in hybrid for the first time this year by combining a gasoline engine with an electric motor. Together, the engine and motor are designed to maximize efficiency while bringing drivers even more power than before. Some updates are in store for the interior as well, including an expanded list of safety features that now includes a dashboard camera to help you record a post-accident situation. While the camera is added as a safety feature, it can also conveniently record regular footage, such as documenting your road trips. The infotainment system's screen gets refreshed this year, and the drive mode select buttons have been updated.

Available Features in the 2021 BMW 3 Series

One trim is available for the 3 Series lineup in 2021, which is the 330e. This trim can easily hold up to five passengers, including three adults in the second row, with comfortable padded seats. The 330e still has the 8.8-inch display screen from 2020, but its screen has a new look with an even more user-friendly design this year. A larger 10.25-inch infotainment display screen is available. Other standard amenities for the 330e include Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, which are now offered as a wireless accessory for the first time. Two USB ports are included, but you can add on more through a package. The base sound system has ten speakers. Ambient interior lighting, WiFi, and a Harman Kardon sound system are all available for the 3 Series. You can also add a safety package with more advanced driver-assist safety aids.

2021 BMW 3 Series Interior

What's Under the Hood of the 3 Series?

The powertrain for the 3 Series combines a turbocharged 2.0L engine with a separate electric motor. They have a combined power output of nearly 250 HP and 310 LB-FT in torque. There is even a special mode for the hybrid powertrain that provides an extra boost of power with rapid acceleration when you need it. Rear-wheel drive is standard, while all-wheel drive is available. An eight-speed transmission is standard.

2021 BMW 3 Series Safety Technologies

BMW's emergency communications system is a standard safety feature for the 2021 3 Series, which also gets automatic emergency braking and lane departure warning. Adaptive cruise control, cross-traffic alert, and blind-spot monitoring are available safety features.

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