[VIDEO] What More Can You Look For in the 2023 BMW M340i Touring Brooklyn Grey

The BMW 3 Series LCI is currently in production; therefore, more and more car lots are showcasing the upgraded model. The BMW M340i, in its more practical Touring body style, has been receiving a lot of attention, and for a good reason: it’s the most exciting of the non-M3 models. The high-performance waggon stands in Brooklyn Grey Metallic bodywork. It has a black Vernasca leather cabin inside with an optional panoramic glass roof.

It has adaptive LED headlights with blue accents as standard equipment, making it one of the top all-around luxury vehicles. As a 2022 M Performance model, it also features throwback-style BMW Motorsport anniversary badges on the front and rear bumpers, as well as on the wheels. The waggon rides on a set of optional 19-inch 791 M alloy wheels, which feature a double-spoke design and a jet black finish.

The grille, bumpers, and side mirror caps look great with shiny black details against the primary colour of the body. While the M340i/M340d have acquired the sportier mirrors from the full-fat M3, BMW has refrained from giving the M Performance variants the enlarged kidneys. These “M Lite” vehicles can now have a carbon fibre roof for an extra fee. However, it is exclusive to the sedan body style. This M340i Touring build doesn’t have any eye-catching features, but the new display configuration a bit challenging. Eliminating the HVAC’s physical controls may be a deal breaker for some, while the pre-LCI model’s bulky lever has been replaced with a considerably more compact gear selector.

The video above features a mild-hybrid configuration with a 48V starter-generator to help save gas. Engine output remains the same at 374 hp (275 kW) and 500 Nm (369 lb-ft) despite promises of a slightly quicker response time. The Touring model’s inline-six propels it to 62 mph (100 km/h) in under 4.6 seconds when fully loaded.

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