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00:35  17 november  2018
00:35  17 november  2018 Source:   motortrend.com

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BMW says the M 340 i and M 340 i xDrive will arrive in dealerships in July 2019. Before that, the all-wheel- drive version will debut at the L . A . auto show, which runs November 30 to December 9. European model pictured.

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The next-generation BMW 3 Series sedan is making the auto show rounds. After unveiling the 330i at the Paris Motor Show, BMW will debut the more powerful M340i in Los Angeles later this month.

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Although BMW didn't show the more powerful variant in Paris, it released specs of the model at that time. Instead of the four-cylinder from the 330i, the M340i packs a 3.0-liter turbocharged inline-six engine good for 382 hp and 369 lb-ft of torque. BMW estimates it will take the sedan 4.2 seconds to reach 60 mph from a standstill when paired with available xDrive all-wheel drive. An estimate for the rear-drive version is still pending. Regardless of which wheels are driven, the M340i comes exclusively with an eight-speed automatic transmission.

Both rear- and all-wheel-drive models come with a standard M Sport limited-slip differential for improved traction and cornering. An M Sport suspension is standard, lowering the ride height by 0.4 inch, and an adaptive M suspension with electronically controlled dampers is available. Other standard features include beefier M Sport brakes and Variable Sport steering, which adjusts to changes in the steering angle for better maneuverability.

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As you'll see in these new images, the 2020 BMW M340i distinguishes itself with a special mesh grille. Inside the cabin, there are standard sport seats in vinyl and Alcantara upholstery, or optional leather seats with contrast stitching. An M leather steering wheel and Aluminum Tetragon trim complete the look.

2020 BMW M340i xDrive to Debut in L.A.© Motor Trend Staff

BMW says the M340i and M340i xDrive will arrive in dealerships in July 2019. Before that, the all-wheel-drive version will debut at the L.A. auto show, which runs November 30 to December 9.

European model pictured

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