Available in M Sport or Luxury configuration, the 100 Year Editions are available in two colours - blue or white to reflect the colours of BMW’s classic roundel - and boast between $9100 and $12,740 worth of extra equipment for just $6000 more than a regular 330i sedan or 430i Gran Coupe.
Priced from $75,900 for the 330i sedan and from $85,900 for the 430i Gran Coupe, the 100 Year Editions gain Merino leather upholstery in beige or white on Luxury line models, or black on M Sport models.
Ash grey wood with metal inlays adorn the dashboard and door trims of both M Sport and Luxury Line cars, as does a leather-trimmed dashboard.
All 100 Year Editions score a 16-speaker harman/kardon surround sound audio system and feature electric lumbar support on both front seats.
Extended smartphone connectivity is standard, as are LED flgamps and 19-inch alloys - a set from the exclusive BMW Individual catalogue for the Luxury Line, and sportier M Sport wheels for the M Sport.
M Sport models also gain a larger M Sport braking package, while the Luxury line makes do with standard sliding calipers.
Power is provided by a 185kW/350Nm 2.0 litre turbocharged petrol inline four, with an eight-speed automatic as standard. Both the 330i sedan and 430i Gran Coupe accomplish the 0-100km/h sprint in 5.8 seconds, while consuming an average of 5.8 l/100km on the combined cycle.
Numbers aren’t limited for the 100 Year editions, though production will only be available up until September. If you want one, BMW says to place your orger before mid-August.
- 330i sedan 100 Year Edition Luxury Line/M Sport - $75,900
- 430i Gran Coupe 100 Year Edition Luxury Line/M Sport - $85,900
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