E90
Current 3-series that came to US first as `06 models. So far the 325i and 330i sedan are offered. Coupes will follow soon as well as the wagon. A V8 M3 should be out as an `07 or `08 model. Engines changes are already underway, looking for a turbo 6 cylinder that will be called the 335i, replacing the 330i and the 325i will be turned into the 328i, even though they will all be 3.0 liters.
The E90 is the first of the 3-series with BMW's "new" look.
by tylerv December 21, 2005
E90
The BMW E90 automobile platform is the fifth generation of the BMW 3 Series range of entry-level luxury/compact executive cars. The car is also available as a station wagon/estate (designated as E91), coupé (E92) and coupé cabriolet (E93). It is the successor to the E46 platform, and was launched in March 2005.

In 2002, Head of Production Norbert Reithofer and Development Chief Burkhard Goeschel halved the standard BMW time it took to reach full production of the E90 from six months to three.1 First marketed in March 2005, it had quickly become BMW Group's best selling automobile worldwide by the end of the year with 229,900 vehicles delivered.

Engines

316i 1.6 L 116 PS (114 hp/85 kW)
122 PS (120 hp/90 kW)
318i 2.0 L 129 PS (127 hp/95 kW)
143 PS (141 hp/105 kW)
320i 2.0 L 150 PS (148 hp/110 kW)
170 PS (168 hp/125 kW)
320si 2.0 L 173 PS (171 hp/127 kW)
323i 2.5 L 177 PS (175 hp/130 kW)
191 PS (188 hp/140 kW)
325i 2.5 L
3.0 L 218 PS (215 hp/160 kW)
328i 3.0 L 233 PS (230 hp/171 kW)
330i 3.0 L 258 PS (254 hp/190 kW)
272 PS (268 hp/200 kW)
335i 3.0 L 306 PS (302 hp/225 kW)
M3 4.0 L 420 PS (414 hp/309 kW)
318d 2.0 L 122 PS (120 hp/90 kW)
143 PS (141 hp/105 kW)
320d 2.0 L 163 PS (161 hp/120 kW)
177 PS (175 hp/130 kW)
325d 3.0 L 197 PS (194 hp/145 kW)
330d 3.0 L 231 PS (228 hp/170 kW)
335d 3.0 L 286 PS (282 hp/210 kW)
Man I just picked up a new E90...da 335i and I'm killin all dem ricer bois wit dem twin turbos!!! Hold dat Honda!!!
by DEMDUDES June 10, 2008

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