2019 BMW 3 Series wagon patent images published


No alarms and no surprises for the approaching 5-door 3 Collection

The structure of the upcoming-technology BMW 3 Collection wagon has been unveiled by using patent renderings handed more than to the Brazilian patent place of work.

Brazilian website Quatro Rodas learned these patent diagrams on the country’s Nationwide Institute of Industrial Home web page.

These visuals show the new wagon is identical to the just-unveiled sedan from the B-pillar ahead. At the rear of this place the new wagon will aspect distinctive rear passenger doorways, and a a lot more capacious hind portion.

In spite of the a lot more functional rear, the new wagon appears to be like as even though it will have a rear bumper and tail-light-weight assembly which is nearly indistinguishable from the sedan’s.

Underneath the bonnet, the new 3 Collection wagon will possible characteristic most, if not all, of the new 3 Series’ drivetrains, despite the fact that we’re not keeping our breath for an M3 wagon any time shortly.

So considerably BMW has confirmed a collection of turbocharged 2.-litre petrol and diesel engines for the new 3 Collection, ranging in power from 110 to 190 kilowatts.

There’s also 195kW/580Nm 3.-litre 6-cylinder turbo-diesel. A plug-in hybrid variant, and additional six-cylinder alternatives are predicted in the long term.

As with the 3 Sequence sedan, the wagon will ride on BMW’s CLAR platform, which will see it lose fat irrespective of attaining millimetres in pretty much just about every route.

In all likelihood, the new 3 Sequence wagon will most likely make its debut in 2019.