The BMW 3 Series has received an M Sport Plus Edition update, for both the Sedan and Touring variants. The M Sport Plus Edition takes up unique color paints and trims, all in one package.
Based on the popular M Sport derivative of the 3 Series range, the M Sport Plus Edition adds plenty of additional equipment over and above the ‘standard’ M Sport specification.
The car is decked with large 19-inch RFT Jet Black alloys, differentiating the M Sport Plus from the M Sport. Most of the car’s exterior offerings have standard M Sport equipment.
Inside, the M Sport Plus receives individual trim to liven up the cabin. The seats is decked in aluminium fabric high-gloss, instead of the plain old black, to match the M seatbelts.
More M Sport goodies are added for this M Sport Plus variants namely the M Sport Differential with Adaptive M Suspension. This translates to a sturdy and extremely versatile dynamic handling. The electronically controlled differential lock limits optimizes traction and power transfer on roads where grip levels vary between the left and right rear wheels and also stops understeer or oversteer. Aided by the Variable Sport Steering, the M Sport Plus becomes amazingly agile and nimble around bends. Variable sport steering is part of M Sport and Adaptive M Sport suspension and is particularly direct in its responses, even with small steering angles.
With a more dynamic drive, you’d need above average stopping, the 3 Series M Sport Plus comes with M Sport Braking as a standard feature.
The BMW 3 Series M Sport Plus Edition sedan is available from October 2019 and runs from 39,965 pounds, while the BMW 3 Series M Sport Plus Edition touring is already available with a starting price of 42,635 pounds. The 3 Series M Sport Plus Edition is offered with three unique paints including Dravit Grey, Tanzanite Blue and Oxide Grey.