BMW needs no introduction. With the most powerful and expensive line-up of premium sedans, the German Lavishing Car King BMW has created its own prominence in the global automobile market, and the latest addition to this premium segment of BMW is “3GT facelift”. BMW 3GT facelift is the Gran Turismo avatar of its well-liked 3 Series and is all set to wrestle on roads.
This new model of BMW is the facelifted Gran Turismo edition of the popular BMW 3 Series. Tagged with a sticker price of Rs 43.3 lakh, this sedan yesterday launched for the international automobile market. While the 320d Sports Line diesel variant is tagged with Rs 43.3 lakh, as per the ex-showroom price of Delhi, the cost is slated to go up to Rs 47.5 lakh which will be labelled with the 330i Luxury Line petrol variant of the 3 Series GT. 330i Luxury Line sedan of BMW 3 Series GT was launched earlier this month, and BMW 3GT facelift is the latest addition to the line-up.
In terms of engine variants, the 3GT will be available in two variants of diesel and petrol under the hood. Both sports line and luxury line variant models are powered by the 20d twin power turbo four-cylinder engine that produces 190PS of force and 400Nm of peak power. In terms of design, BMW 3GT facelift has a quite similar line-up of outlines to its sibling. Driving the same legacy of more comfort and more space, BMW integrated the 3GT with a striking interior and classy exterior. The front part of the car is enriched with a pair of LED headlights and taillamps, and of course new wheels to boot. The cushions of the car also got a refreshed look tool. The legacy of those gorgeous frameless doors and the trademark kidney grille found in 330i Luxury Line sedan of BMW 3 Series GT will also go on with the latest variant.
Like the earlier model of BMW 3 GT Series received a mixed reaction for its classy design, in new models, BMW hasn’t made much fiddle. The upgraded 3GT models with the bread and spread “20d” diesel variation, matched with an 8-speed ZF gearbox. The four-chamber engine creates 190PS/400Nm and turns the back wheels. BMW also launched the petrol 330i variant in which it has integrated a 2.0-liter engine and 4-chamber petrol motor. This variation conveys 252PS of force and 350Nm of torque, helping the 3GT execute the 0-100kmph sprint in 6.1 seconds!
No need to mention, BMW has previously launched one variant of its 3 Series GT, and this time, two models went official. The earlier sedan of this line-up, the 330i Luxury Line is priced at Rs. 47.50 lakh, while the latest versions like 320d Sports Line is tagged with Rs 43.30 lakh, and the last car, the 320d Luxury Line will cost Rs 46.50 lakh (Ex-showroom price, Delhi).