Sneak Peek At 2021’s BMW Lineup

BMW is the second most popular German luxury car brand and is one of the most popular brands in the world. The US market has been a struggle for BMW over the last few years with the 2021 lineup hopefully remedying this situation. US sales have ranged around 300,000 for the last few years. Below is a sneak peek at the 2021 lineup of BMW vehicles.

2021 M3

The M3 over the past couple of years has not really delivered in terms of quality that we expect as drivers. The new M3 looks to change this by adding features like unique wheels and even a spoiler. Do not worry about this car overheating as the intake on this car is larger than its predecessors. A hood that raises is different as well and gives the luxury car a sporty look. 
The interior will be very similar although the materials used will be different. There will also be a special steering wheel, seats, and materials used giving this car a unique look and feel. The M3 sports 473 horsepower and over 440 pounds-feet of torque. The 2021 model will be the first with an all-wheel drive. The cars should hit the lots soon and the standard model will be available at around $70,000


2021 4 Series 

The 4 series was debuted in 2014 as an alternative to the 3 series with a much different design. The M car will have custom details like a splitter, diffuser, and even a spoiler. The interior will match up with the newer models of BMW with base trims even offering luxury materials. With 473 horsepower this model does not lack for those that desire speed. The 4 series is also going to be less expensive than the M3 with prices being around $50,000 for a standard trim. 

2021 iNEXT

Electric BMW vehicle offerings are growing with the all-electric SUV that will be released in the form of the 2021 iNEXT. The car was debuted at the LA auto show in 2018 but since then many features have changed and even the name has changed. There is a wide curved display that is touchscreen and even has self-driving abilities. The battery pack will be large with a 120-kWh lithium-ion battery with dual motors. The range for this car should be over 300 miles making it great for a short road trip. 
Prices for this model have not been released which makes it difficult for a consumer to understand if this is a vehicle that they should truly consider. 

2021 X5

The X5 is one of the brand’s top-selling models and is continually improving. The X5 will move forward without many design changes although new wheels or color options are still possible. The technology the car utilizes is going to be superior with parking sensors, active lane control, and automatic emergency braking coming standard. With a 50-mile electric range, this can be perfect if you are the type of person to run out of gas regularly. 
BMW’s 2021 lineup could allow the brand to return to its former glory as they have done a solid revamp on a number of popular models.