With the long-awaited Geneva Motor Show opened to the public, BMW started presenting their newest models in range.
One of them is the BMW 3 Series Gran Turismo, a model which has a quite difficult task considering that the previous GT models were not very well received.
The German company says that the new 3 Series GT is 20 cm longer and 8,1 cm taller than the Touring model, which translates into a better rear seat legroom and a luggage capacity of 1600 liters.
Under the bonnet, we will get a variety of 2.0-liter TwinTurbo four-cylinder units but also a more powerful 3.0-liter inline-six. The base model is a 2.0-liter diesel producing 143 horses and 320Nm of torque, followed up by a similar version with 184 hp and 380Nm of torque.
BMW also offers petrol units with outputs ranging from 184 hp to 245 hp. The range-topping variant is powered by a 3.0-liter six-cylinder powerplant producing 306 horsepower and 400Nm of torque.