Photo Gallery: BMW 3 Series GT M Sport Package in Estoril Blue

3-Series | December 3rd, 2013 by 2
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In combination with the M Sport Package, the new BMW 3 Series GT can be ordered with the striking Estoril Blue Metallic color. The bright …

In combination with the M Sport Package, the new BMW 3 Series GT can be ordered with the striking Estoril Blue Metallic color. The bright blue paint job is also offered for the 1, 2, 3 and 4 Series models.

The BMW 3 Series GT with M Sport Package is available on optional 19-inch rims in two-tone design that contrast nicely with glossy black elements found on the exterior.

Inside the F34 GT uses the standard look of the M package with seat covers in fabric and Alcantara, and aluminum interior trim with accent trim in Estoril Blue. In addition, the new M Steering Wheel with a three-spoke design is included as well.

Photo Gallery: BMW 3 Series GT M Sport Package in Estoril Blue

Initially BMW will offer several 3 Series GT variants: 318d GT, 320i GT, 320i GT and 328i GT. The 318d model outputs 143 hp from a 2.0 liter diesel engine paired to a manual transmission. The starting price is said to be just under 36,000 euros. The eight-speed ZF automatic transmission will be offered for all versions at an additional cost. Later in the year or early 2014, BMW will also introduce the six-cylinder models 335i GT and 330d GT.

The F34 3 GT is offered in four distinct lines: M Sports Package, Sport Line, Luxury Line and Modern Line. The color range is inherited as well, with a potential one or two specific GT colors.

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Pictured in this article is a BMW 320d xDrive GT with M Sport Package and black wheels, which attracts attention due to its paint in rainy weather.

The BMW 320d Gran Turismo is powered by the four-cylinder turbo diesel N47, which produces 184 hp. Acceleration to 100 km / h comes in just under 8 seconds. Consumption numbers are different for each transmission and drive system – 4.9 to 5.1 liters per 100 kilometers.

[Source: BMW Bulgaria via Bimmertoday]

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