BMW India launched the new 3
Series Gran Turismo Sport at a price of Rs 46,60,000. The BMW 320d Gran Turismo
Sport cuts a visibly sportier figure with a number of new and striking elements
and features. Locally-produced at BMW Group Plant Chennai and now available at
BMW dealerships across India, the new BMW 320d Gran Turismo Sport further
diversifies the model’s diesel portfolio.
The exterior of the new BMW 3
Series Gran Turismo Sport comprises newly designed LED headlights coupled with
LED rear lights. 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 Sport while the L-shaped lights at the rear underline the
broad shape of the vehicle. The boldly designed kidney grille slats in high-gloss
black produce an especially athletic effect for the front end.
The new BMW 320d Gran Turismo
Sport is available in Alpine White as non-metallic color and Black Sapphire and
Imperial Blue Brilliant Effect as metallic colour. The range of fine upholstery
combinations in BMW 320d Gran Turismo Sport Sport include Sensatec Black/Red
highlight | Black and Sensatec Veneto Beige | Veneto Beige.
The car comes with sports seat,
interior trim in fine-wood trim ash grain and highlight trim finisher in pearl
chrome. There is red contrast stitching on the sport steering wheel. The 205 watt,
9 speaker hi-fi loudspeaker system offers high quality of entertainment for the
passengers. The car has a panoramic glass sunroof. The space argument is
particularly persuasive in the rear compartment, where three full-size seats
and legroom more familiar from a luxury sedan – courtesy of a wheelbase of
2,920mm. Practical standard features – such as the 40:20:40 split/folding rear
seat bench with folding head restraints and tilt-adjustable backrests (cargo
function), and the two-piece parcel shelf – underscore the functionality of the
BMW 3 Series Gran Turismo Sport.
The two-litre four cylinder
diesel engine of the BMW 320d Gran Turismo produces an output of 190 hp and
produces a maximum torque of 400 Nm at 1,750-2,500 rpm. The car accelerates
from 0 -100 km / hr in just 7.7 seconds. The engine is mated to an eight-speed
Steptronic Sport automatic transmission and is available with with steering
wheel paddle shifters. Furthermore, the BMW 320d Edition Sport comes with a
Launch Control function as standard.
The new BMW 3 Series Gran
Turismo comes with six air bags, Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS) with brake
assist, Dynamic Stability Control (DSC) including Dynamic Traction Control
(DTC), Cornering Brake Control (CBC), Side-impact Protection, Runflat tyres
with reinforced sidewalls, emergency spare wheel, electronic vehicle
immobiliser and crash sensor.
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