Competitively selling 3-Series, now BMW added Gran Tourismo (GT) to its key segment.
3-Series is a prominent buy among Mercedes Benz C class and Audi A4. To raise the caliber of this celebrated hero, Bavarian thought GT for the better standing in competition. Overall, it is a combination of sophisticated sedan being cloned in sporty dynamics.
Adding to the features, 3-series GT comes with frameless windows, aggressive front grille, tapering roof line which swiftly assimilates to the rear, subtle flowing body lines, larger tailgate and an extended wheelbase by 110mm. M Sport package also can also be escorted with this one, as M moniker GT includes aerodynamic body kit, shadow line trim, M sports suspension and 18” alloys.
Last but not the least, a prominent active rear spoiler is also be spunked, which dwells itself upwards at 110 km/h (68 mph) and downwards at 70 km/h (43 mph), seems like Germans are waiving their hands to touch super ones of Ferrari, Lamborghini, Bugatti etc.
No such interiors differentiation is made, while a few can be named as raised seating position, larger legroom (due to larger wheelbase) and a noticeable boot space of 520 liters (18.3 cubic feet), which can be surged to 1600 liters (56.5 cubic feet) when second row seats are knocked down.
Under the hoods a number of displacement options are available, that are listed below:
Engine Horsepower Torque
2.0-liter TwinPower Turbo four-cylinder diesel 143 HP (105 KW) 320 Nm (236 lb-ft)
2.0-liter TwinPower Turbo four-cylinder diesel 184 HP (135 KW) 380 Nm (280 lb-ft)
2.0-liter TwinPower Turbo four-cylinder 184 HP (135 KW) 270 Nm (199 lb-ft)
2.0-liter TwinPower Turbo four-cylinder 245 HP (180 KW) 350 Nm (258 lb-ft)
3.0-liter TwinPower Turbo inline-six cylinder 306 HP (225 KW) 400 Nm (295 lb-ft)
However, all of the cubic capacities will be attached with 6-speed manual and optional 8-speed automatic transmission.