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BMW has announced today that the production for the BMW 3 Series Sedan will end October of this year. This move was done because BMW is preparing for the launch of the new F30 3 Series Sedan which will be sold in 2012. This new model will over a slimmer, wider, and lower look and is built in a new modular platform. The exterior design can be described as muscular and aggressive.

Like all future models, BMW is already focusing on EfficientDynamics. So a lot of technologies like aerodynamically designed wheels, solar roof panel for extra energy efficiency in the use of interior controls, brake energy regeneration , stop-start technology, and pre-heating technology for the engine, gearbox and differential, will be featured in the new 3 Series model.

Under the hood, a full range of turbo and naturally aspirated 6-cylinder motors, 4-cylinder motors, and possibly even a new 3-cylinder motor will be offered.