The new BMW 3-Series will make its debut live online this Friday.
The BMW 3-Series (known in-house as the F30) will finally make its official debut this Friday. What's more is that the German automaker will stream the car's debut online to the whole world. The announcement came today in a press release from BMW, as new photos have leaked of the 3-Series interior. The photos appeared on F30Post.com by way of Jokeforblog overnight, and show the center console and dashboard in all its glory. What these pictures lack in quality they more than make up for in content.
The wood grain trim complements the interior quite nicely, while the dashboard has the appearance of a mashup between the F10 5-Series and the F21 1-Series. A new screen in the dashboard is featured prominently, however that is nothing new from the previous photos of the interior that had been leaked. We can also see the Auto Start-Stop and lane change warning system integrated into the side mirrors. The live online debut will take place in Germany at 4PM local time (10AM EST in the States) on Friday, October 14th. The stream will be available on BMWs website and possibly on Facebook as well.