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 |  Feb 17 2012, 7:31 PM


The latest generation BMW 3-Series has finally gotten the optional M Sport treatment, with the German automaker releasing details on the package.

The new accessories will debut at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show and will come with a stylish new front bumper with larger air intakes, carbon fiber front splitters and black kidney grilles. For performance, the German automaker will offer upgrades on the powertrain, exhaust, and suspension. Unfortunately no details were announced on the performance upgrades, but we should know more when the Geneva gets underway next month.

Optional accessories from the M Performance Parts line for the new 3-Series will include 20-inch wheels, a roof box, a snowboard holder and a car cover. On the inside, BMW will offer all-weather floor mats, color-matched emergency brake handle, key fobs, rear storage and backrest bags.

The new 3-Series will make its way to America in August of this year. No pricing was announced on the M Sport package or its accessories.

GALLERY: 2012 BMW 3 Series M Sport