BMW: Everything you should know about the locally-assembled 330i M Sport
The BMW brand has been synonymous with luxury, style, and opulence for decades. That does not seem to be stopping any time soon. Did you know that some BMW vehicles are assembled in Malaysia? The latest addition to the line up—BMW 330i M Sport. This model is put together in the automaker's facility in Kulim.
What should you know about the car? Let's first talk appearance! Apart from featuring adaptive LED headlights with Bi-LED technology, the BMW 330i M Sport also comes with larger kidney grille and slim, three-dimensional taillights. That isn't all as the car includes the M Sport leather steering wheel with multifunction and shift paddles along with ambient interior lighting.
In addition to those, there are many features which are unique to the model including the Intelligent Personal Assistant, Digital Key, Park Assist, and Reverse Assist. In conjunction with the BMW Operating System 7.0, the customisable and situation-linked displays on a fully-digital 12.3-inch instrument cluster and 10.25-inch touch sensitive Control Display are available as well.
As for power, the BMW 330i M Sport has a top speed of 250 kilometre per hour and 190 kilo Watts per 258 horsepower with its two litre TwinPower Turbo petrol engine. That isn't all as the car does a century sprint in 5.8 seconds. For every 100 kilometres, 6.4 litres of fuel are consumed due to the updated eight-speed Steptronic Sport transmission.
Exterior colours include Alpine White, Black Sapphire, Mineral Grey, Portimao Blue (January 2020 onwards) and Sunset Orange (from March 2020). On the inside, owners can decide between Black Vernasca or Cognac Vernasca leather upholstery.
The BMW 330i M Sport is priced at RM288,800. For more information, visit this website.