Being a major German automaker, BMW has a huge and interesting portfolio of vehicles that suits almost every buyer in the premium car market. Among the wide range of vehicles available from the brand, the 3 Series stands among the most popular ones and it replaced the classic 02 Series in 1975. With enough expertise and engineering brilliance, the brand made the 3 Series more appealing to the buyers by giving it the popular M treatment along with releasing other iterations of the car such as convertible and coupes apart from the sedan.
Since its launch, the 3 Series sedan has gone through multiple generation changes and the 2022 model is part of the seventh generation model released in 2018. Also known as the G20, the new 3 Series is built on the latest Cluster Architecture (CLAR) platform from the brand which can be found on other BMW vehicles as well. The hybrid version of the new 3 Series sedan also termed the 330e plug-in hybrid was made available from 2020. By default, the G20 model came with several fuel-saving and more aerodynamic bits such as a flat underbody with a reduced drag coefficient and lighter curb weight as compared to the previous generation’s model. The plug-in hybrid further enhances the fuel-efficient factor of the sedan but doesn’t skimp on the performance aspect as well.