September sees the introduction of M Sport models to the majority of the BMW range. Previously Sport models stood as the pinnacle of each model range, excluding the high performance M3 and M5 variants, offering a bespoke sporting suspension package with individual interior attributes.
Now, while the Sport variant is still sold on some models, M Sport enters the fray offering numerous sporting features created by BMW M GmbH in Garching, Germany. All M Sport variants in the BMW range come as standard with M Aerodynamic body styling, M Sports suspension, high-gloss shadow line, M Sports steering wheel, Sports seats, M gear knob, M Sports door sill kick plates, M interior trim and anthracite headlining.
|Previous model nomenclature||Std, ES, SE, Sport||Std, ES*, SE, Sport, M3||SE, Sport, M||Std, M6||Std, SE, Sport||Std*, SE, Sport||SE, Sport||Std*, SE|
|Revised model nomenclature||Std, ES, SE, Sport, M Sport||Std, ES* SE*, M Sport, M3||Std, SE, M Sport, M||Std, Sport, M6||Std, SE, Sport||Std*, SE, Sport, M Sport||SE, Sport||Std*, SE|
* Denotes trim level not available with all engine variants
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