As per the sedan, the wagon will be available in Sport, Luxury, Modern and M Sport Line trim, each offering something different, and will come with a host of comfort, assistance, and telematics options. A hands-free power tailgate activated by waving one's foot under the bumper comes with the optional Comfort Access package, while tech and driver aids include BMW Apps, Lane Departure Warning, BMW Parking Assist, and Rear-view Camera with Top View. When it eventually hits US showrooms the Sport Wagon will compete against the Audi A4 Allroad
and Cadillac CTS Sport Wagon
and be priced around $2,000 more than its sedan counterpart.