With the announcement of BMW’s new M3 model, the company will again be pushing the envelope with the ‘Made In America’ tag.
It seems that BMW’s mainstay brands, namely M, D, and F, are also making some bold claims about their production in the US.
It’s no surprise that these brands are not only focusing on their US-based operations, but also that the brands’ production is located in California, not the rest of the country.
We’ve covered the story of the ‘Make in America’-based BMW M3 extensively in the past, and while we’re glad that BMW is finally taking the initiative to truly showcase its American production, we’d like to share a few facts about BMW’s global operations.1.
BMW’s US operations are located in the San Francisco Bay Area, not in California2.
The M3 is the company’s first SUV to be produced in California3.
The vehicle is powered by a 3.0-liter turbocharged V6 engine with a combined output of about 744 horsepower and 677 lb-ft of torque, making it BMW’s most powerful all-wheel drive SUV.
It features a six-speed manual transmission and an 8-speed automatic transmission.4.
The company has not yet announced a production price for the M3, but the new model’s MSRP will likely start at $28,495.
The standard model, which starts at $33,350, will be available with a 3,500-pound payload.
The Premium trim, which is a higher-specification version, will go for $37,850.
The first M3 models will be manufactured in the next few months, with a production start date of June 2019.5.
The brand has not announced any specific production locations for the new M cars, but based on past information, we know that the production facilities will be located in two major California cities, Los Angeles and San Diego.6.
The California factory is expected to produce about 5,000 M cars per year.
It is the first time BMW has announced a new model from its global production division, and the first M car that will be built in the United States since the company launched its new M brand in 2010.8.
The BMW M car will feature a rearview camera, as well as a new driver-assist feature.
The new system allows the driver to pull up to a parking spot, pull out of the car, and then push a button to park in the designated space, which will be automatically activated when the car’s key is released.
It also adds an automatic emergency braking system to the M car, which automatically deploys when the driver’s hands are free.
The system can be turned off with the touch of a button.9.
The automaker’s new models will feature an active safety system that helps prevent collisions by controlling the vehicle’s braking system.
The adaptive braking system can automatically stop if the driver loses control of the vehicle.
The driver will have a chance to override the system when the vehicle is on the highway.10.
The automatic emergency brake system has been improved to include an automatic brake force warning feature, as it was previously only available with the M5, M6, and M7 models.
The feature is designed to warn drivers when the brakes are not working as intended.11.
The interior of the M4 is expected for a 2016 launch.12.
BMW says it will have more than 20 million cars on the road by 2020.