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Posted at 06:07 AM ET, 04/01/2013

2014 BMW 3 Series Gran Turismo Photo Gallery


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BMW adds a hatchback Gran Turismo model to the 3 Series lineup for 2014. Hatchbacks seem to be a growing trend at BMW as the new 3 Series GT is the second such vehicle to join the BMW Gran Turismo family alongside the larger 5 Series GT.

A wagon version of the 3 Series made its debut at the recent 2013 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, and now a bigger, roomier hatchback version is in the spotlight. The new 3 Series Gran Turismo, almost 8 inches longer than the wagon, welcomes cargo with a generous 18.3 cubic feet of space. A 40/20/40 split folding backseat folds with the pull of levers, and the 3 Series GT’s hatch opens and closes with just a swipe of your foot underneath the rear bumper.

See our photos of the new 2014 BMW 3 Series GT below. Cars.com photos by Evan Sears.


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By Cars.com  |  06:07 AM ET, 04/01/2013

 
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