2023 BMW M340i Review
The new twin screen (infotainment and instrument cluster) curved set-up single-handedly infuses a greater degree of desirability and modernity to the interior.
And it isn’t merely form; the display is crisp, responses are slick and what ups the user experience are wireless Android Auto and Apple Carplay, in-built navigation as well as BMW voice assistant.
In line with the modern trend, the climate control buttons have been eliminated, however, temperature controls are permanently pinned on the touchscreen, which makes it pretty easy to access.
The central air vents are slimmer and the row of touch-operable buttons has fewer functions like hazard lights, volume knob and defogger controls.
The gear selector is now a stubby toggle switch, while the rest of the buttons on the gear console are unchanged.
The new carbon fibre trims and Alcantara materials on the seats and roof liner exude a proper sportscar vibe.
The front seats are sportier than the regular version with harder cushioning as well as electrically adjustable side bolstering to hold you in place while cornering.
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