The 2013 Geneva Motor Show was the debut for the new BMW 3 series GT, the third variant of the model to arrive after the classic sedan and the inevitable station wagon. The BMW 3 Series Gran Turismo are considered fast luxury cars and combine sporty driving pleasure with a good flexibility and good interior space. In fact, the size of the car body is longer (20 mm), higher (81 mm) with a wheelbase wider (110 mm) compared to the 3 Series Touring, ensuring more than valid space to accommodate the load and to provide maximum comfort to passengers. Customers can choose between a six speed manual transmission offered as standard and an eight speed automatic transmission. Rear wheel drive is one of the characteristics common to other 3 Series while later versions should be available in front wheel drive.
BMW 3 Series GT face
BMW 3 Series GT front
In the press conference presented in the Swiss showroom, BMW announced that the 3 Series GT will be offered in European markets in combination with three gasoline engines and two diesel engines with power outputs ranging from 141 horsepower and 302 horsepower of the 320d 335i. It is still early to define prices and endowments.
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