BMW wants to add up two new engines to the BMW 3-Series Gran Turismo, which will complete the entire lineup of the 3-Series, especially since the 3-Series Gran Turismo has not yet received any new powertrains under the hood. The new engines refer to the GT 318d and the GT 320d, debuting this summer. Let`s see some information on the two new engines concerning performance, fuel-consumption figures and the CO2 emissions.
BMW 3-Series Gran Turismo 318d
The GT 318d will come with the 2.0-liter unit, developing 150 horsepower and 320 Nm of torque, that would make it sprint from 0 to 100 km/h in 9.3 seconds, via the manual transmission. The 318d is 0.1 faster with the automatic transmission.
Apart from the performance figures, the GT 318d, in the manual transmission, is coming with a fuel consumption of 4.5L/100 km, while it the automatic it stands at 4.3L/100 km. The CO2 emissions for the 318d are now standing at 117 g/km (in the manual) and 117 g/km (in the automatic).
BMW 3-Series Gran Turismo 320d
On the other hand, the GT 320d will be powered by the same engine, but the performance figures are higher, as well as the prices. This version comes with 190 horsepower and 400 Nm of torque, and sprints from 0 to 100 km/h in 7.8 seconds, via a manual transmission. The 320d is faster in the automatic, meaning 7.7 seconds.
In the same manual transmission, the 3-Series GT 320d is coming with a fuel consumption of 4.6L/100 km and CO2 emissions of 125 g/km, while the automatic one goes 4.3L/100 km, with CO2 emissions standing t 125 g/km.
Apart the two engines, both the GT 318d and 320d, are coming with a wide array of safety gizmos, like airbags fitted at the driver and front-seat passengers and at front-seat passenger side, automatic three-point seatbelts, crash sensors, tire pressure indicator, Brake Energy Regeneration, Automatic start/stop function and much more. No prices have been set yet for the GT 318d and 320d.