BMW refreshed the 3 Series Gran Turismo during this year Paris Motor Show. The family version of the most popular BMW ever is now even smarter and premium. 

At 4,824 millimetres in length, the BMW 3 Series Gran Turismo is around 200 millimetres longer than the other members of the BMW 3 Series family. The new, standard-fitted LED headlights for dipped and high beam and the LED front foglamps, combined with updated LED rear lights.

The interior of the BMW 3 Series Gran Turismo has upgraded materials and accents. Extra chrome around the interior controls, and new decorative wood elements, colours and leather trim variants. 

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The large tailgate opens to reveal a boot offering 520 to 1,600 litres of load space and allowing extremely varied use.

The latest version of the BMW Navigation system Professional will now also be offered in the BMW 3 Series Gran Turismo, the first time a mid-size model has been available with the upgraded system.

The most important menu items are now displayed in a clear, tile-based style, which makes operating the system even more intuitive. Linking up mobile phones has become more convenient, as smartphones can now also be charged and connected to the car’s external aerial wirelessly via an inductive tray.

The range consists of three all-new petrol units developing 184 hp to 326 hp and five diesel variants producing 150 hp to 313 hp, with classical rear-wheel drive or BMW xDrive all-wheel drive, with manual or Steptronic automatic transmission (fuel consumption combined: 7.7–4.3 l/100 km.

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The reductions in fuel consumption and CO2 emissions range from 4.5 per cent in the BMW 318d Gran Turismo to 13.8 per cent for the BMW 320d Gran Turismo.