BMW 3 Series Gran Turismo

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BMW 3 Series Gran Turismo LCI F34
BMW 3 Series Gran Turismo LCI F34 2016 2022
2016 2022

Three years after the introduction of the 3-Series Gran Turismo at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show, the fastback version of the premium-compact BMW received a facelift.
Usually, when a range is refreshed, all of its body styles receive the same treatment. BMW didn’t do that for its well-known model and chose to update the 3-Series in 2015 and the GT version in 2016. But the sales figures were under expectations.

For the front area, the 3-Series GT received a new pair of headlights with LED for both low and high-beam. The round tubes o the lamps were encircled by daytime driving lights. Adaptive LED headlights were offered as an option. For the M Sport Package, the 3-Series GT was offered with a different front apron with large air intake, rear bumper with diffuser insert, and side sills. In the back, the taillights were redesigned and full-LEDs.

Inside, there were new materials, with higher quality. The Center Information Display received a flatter design and a narrow profile grille. On the center stack, the controls for the radio and air conditioning featured high-gloss black trim, and the radio and air conditioning controls were framed by chrome applications.

Under the hood, there was a new version available for the 325d Gran Turismo. New gasoline engines from the BMW EfficientDynamics family were introduced. The 2016 3-Series GT was available with rear- or all-wheel-drive for all the gasoline versions, while for the diesel versions, it was available for the 320d and 330d, and standard for the 335d.

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BMW 3 Series Gran Turismo F34
BMW 3 Series Gran Turismo  F34 2013 2016
2013 2016

The new BMW 3 Series Gran Turismo adds an innovative new concept to the successful BMW 3 Series line-up.
The third body variant in the current model family combines the Sedan’s dynamic, sporting genes with the practicality and versatility of the Touring, qualities which are backed up by a palpable increase in space and driving comfort. The Gran Turismo exudes aesthetic and emotional appeal, boasts a distinctive presence on the road and offers similarly pronounced driving pleasure. All of which allows the new Gran Turismo to make a compelling case for itself as both an elegant business carriage and a dynamic, comfortable tourer. Typical BMW proportions, four doors with frameless windows, a coupe-style, gently downward-sloping roofline and a large, automatically opening and closing tailgate define the distinctive exterior character of the BMW 3 Series Gran Turismo. An active rear spoiler – the first of its type on a BMW – provides visual lightness and reduces lift at touring speeds. The new BMW 3 Series Gran Turismo is 200 millimetres longer in total than the BMW 3 Series Touring, comes with a 110-millimetre longer wheelbase and stands 81 millimetres taller. However, the clever use of proportions, surfaces and lines ensures that the BMW 3 Series Gran Turismo is immediately recognisable as a member
of the new BMW 3 Series range.

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