The new 3-Series GT hatchback will sport a coupe-like roofline and four frameless doors, giving it a sleek profile. The 3-Series GT will actually be slightly bigger than both the current wagon and sedan models, which will give rear passengers improved legroom. The cargo area in the back is also larger, and the rear seat can fold in a 40/20/40 split to fit any sort of cargo.
The new 3-Series GT will come with the same powertrains as are available on the current 3-Series (http://www.motorwerksbmwbarrington.com/
The new 3-Series GT will be available in four different trim levels: Sport, Luxury, Modern, and M Sport. The higher level trims will mostly add aesthetic changes like leather upholstery and wood and chrome accents inside. The M Sport package will add sport seats and a lowered suspension. The timetable for release of the new hatchback is probably sometime later this year, debuting as a 2014 model in the United States. The new BMW 3-Series GT will join the current 5-Series GT, released in 2010, as the second hatchback vehicle the German automaker sells in the United States.
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