BMW 3-Series sedan to debut this Tuesday at the 2018 Paris Auto Show

BMW confirmed that its redesigned, seventh-generation 3-Series sedan will be unveiled to the world on October 2 at the 2018 Paris Auto Show. Together with the confirmation, the German automaker released a teaser shot that reveals the outline of the car’s grille along with the headlights.

The teaser shot follows the release of a video earlier in the week highlighting some of the assembly steps of the new 3-Series at BMW’s main plant in Dingolfing, Germany, where the pre-production models were made.

The video, shown below, also provides glimpses of the interior with a new digital instrument cluster clearly in view. It also features what it seems to be some of the Mexican workers who took part in a training program in the facility.

Production of the 3-Series sedan is scheduled to start at the new BMW plant in San Luis Potosi in April 1, 2019, while the official inauguration will take place in June. 

The presentation will stream live in the BMW Group site on Tuesday October 2 at 9:00 AM Central European Summer Time, that’s 2:00 AM in Mexico City time zone.

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