BMW 3 Series Gran Turismo will be offered in a choice of two diesel and three petrol engines. In the petrol options for the new 3 Series GT, you have the BMW 320i Gran Turismo, BMW 328i Gran Turismo and BMW 335i Gran Turismo (six cylinder range topper), while in diesel guise, you have, BMW 318d Gran Turismo and BMW 320d Gran Turismo. All these cover together, cover the total output range from 143 hp to 306 hp.
Transmission of power to the rear wheels (17″ alloys) is taken care by a six speed manual gearbox, as a standard. If you opt, you can also have the 8 speed automatic for any of the five variants. All variants of BMW 3 Series GT features fuel-saving Auto Start-Stop function. BMW will offer the new GT in three equipment packages – Modern Line, Luxury Line or the Sport Line (entry level). BMW will also offer the optional M Sport package to the 3 Series GT, but it will be offered from July 2013.
BMW says that the 2014 3 Series GT has improved on drive quality and comfort significantly. Being 200 mm longer overall, it has a 110 mm longer wheelbase and an improved height of 85 mm, which clearly differentiates the GT from other variants of 3 Series. Its bootspace of 520 ltrs is 25 ltrs more than 3 Series sedan. On the inside, seating positions for passengers have been raised by 59 mm while the legroom has been increased by 70 mm, allowing you more comfort during touring.