BMW 3 Series GT Caught Undisguised During Photo Shoot

The new BMW 3 Series GT has been caught undisguised during a photo shooting in the U.S.

Compared to the standard 3 Series, the GT (Gran Turismo) is taller, has a new window line, new tail lights and looks to use a two-piece tailgate like the larger 5GT, meaning you can open the whole hatchback or just the trunk portion.

The 3 Series GT was caught in two trims: the silver car in our pictures shows the new M-sport package, while the brown car is the standard model.

Engine range is very likely identical to theF30 3 Series saloon, including four and six cylinder petrol and diesel variants.

The 3 Series GT is expected to make its debut either at the Detroit Auto Show in January or at the Geneva Show in March.


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