Current news comes from BMW that has been reported to launch details of the most recent 3-Series Gran Turismo. The first set of images of this most recent car has been leaked yesterday earlier than the official release.
This coupe-style vehicle, result from the proportions and the essence set by its five-Series GT sibling, is now 200 mm longer than the previous Touring 3er. Moreover, it stands 81 mm taller and it also has a 110 mm longer wheelbase.
As expected, the interior gives us the most advantages, developing on aspects of space and the freedom of the movement over the rest of the 3er range. Apart from the extra headroom, both rear and front seating position is now raised by 59mm. In addition, its rear compartment receives 70 mm of additional legroom over the sedan and the Touring.
Meanwhile, on the boot space, you’ll find 520 liters space, and that is 25 liters more than the previous Touring. The most important things are a large load aperture and also high-opening tailgate, in addition to a 40:20:40 split/folding rear seat bench and also a two-piece parcel shelf.
The present of an active rear spoiler is new to this car. This active rear spoiler will give us both visual lightness and also reduce the lift at touring speeds. In addition the wheel sizes begin from 17-inches as to the baseline specification.
In addition to the three equipment lines (Luxury, Modern and Sport), an entry-level version and also an optional M Sport package will present, which will be available start from July.
Meanwhile, its three petrol and its two diesel engines will be obtainable at this car’s debut, all are TwinPower Turbo units. Besides that, in the petrol variants, you’ll find the 335i Gran Turismo which is leading the pack along with its 3.0 liter 6-cylinder, and followed by the 328i GT and the 320i GT.
For the diesels option, the great 320d GT and 318d GT are the oil burners at debut. Transmission options are a 6-speed manual as the standard in Europe and an 8-speed automatic, both joined to Auto Start-Stop. Naturally, many of EfficientDynamics and ConnectedDrive technology are on call on this one, from the earlier stated Auto Start-Stop right up to HUD.