Car last week Share Tweet Pin Share BMW has just added a list of performance M parts for its newly introduced 2019 3 series model. With base upgrades from its predecessor like a newly developed inline-four 2.0-liter turbocharged engine, eight-speed automatic transmission, higher-flow fuel system, lighter crankshaft; the 2019 3 Series puts out 255 horsepower, 265 lb-ft of torque, and is able to hit 0 to 60 in 5.3 seconds. While specs across-the-board have seen refinement, BMW didn’t stop there. A list of performance upgrades have just been announced as part of BMW’s continuation in offering its M Performance trim. In the list of options, we see a new M Performance suspension kit, differential, carbon/titanium tailpipes, larger slotted rotors, a 20-inch wheel upgrade, and 4-pot racing calipers. In the aero department we see a plethora of carbon fiber bits in the form of a rear diffuser, splitter, side mirrors and spoiler. Other M-branded add-ons include a carbon fiber console insert, floor mats, side sills, carbon fiber shift paddles, steering wheel, and a dash cam. With the 2019 BMW 330i priced at $41,195 USD, you can bet that the final price will change significantly with these supplementary parts. Look for more details to emerge closer to March 2019. In other automotive news, INFINITI reveals its “Project Black S” hybrid concept car.