The new four-cylinder 320i will be the entry-level car, with the 320d starting at £22,890. The 325i SE will be £25,155, while the 330i SE will be £28,455. The 330i uses the lightweight magnesium alloy engine which made its debut in the 630i, while the new 325i will also use the weight-saving technology.
All cars will be fitted with a trip computer, front centre armrest, four electric windows and a CD player. ES models (£470 more than the standard car) add 16-inch alloy wheels, front foglights and body-colour door handles, while SE models have automatic air conditioning, a multi-function steering wheel, rear parking sensors, cruise control and an interior lighting package. More information will become available closer to the car’s launch.