2013 BMW 3-Series GT Photo Gallery Leaked Before Official Debut

Sami Haj-Assaad
by Sami Haj-Assaad
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2013 bmw 3 series gt photo gallery leaked before official debut

More details have been leaking out about the BMW 3-Series GT, which will be making its official appearance this week. Now there’s a gallery available that shows off the upcoming wagon-esque BMW.

While the 5-Series GT is known for its unpopular look, the new 3-Series GT is a bit more easier on the eyes, thanks to its smaller size and proportions. Overall though, the 3-Series GT is bigger than the European 3-Series Touring wagon.

While the US market doesn’t get the 3-Series Touring, the new 3-Series GT is expected to make its way over. Expect the same range of powertrains and options that are currently available in the current 3-Series.

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The gallery gives us an unobstructed look at the new 3-Series, which with its raised height and extended length and wheelbase, is noticeably bigger than the 3-Series sedan. The gallery seems to span a few different trim levels of the 3-Series GT, with items like different sized-wheels, dual-exhaust exits, painted brake calipers and fog-lights helping to differentiate the varying price points of the car.

There are also several photos that show off the interior of the car, which features folding rear-seats as well as an additional, hidden storage area in the trunk. The interior materials and design looks up to the standard of the rest of the BMW lineup, and the vehicle on display features an impressive looking tan leather with wood trim.

GALLERY: BMW 3-Series GT Leaked Photo Gallery

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Sami Haj-Assaad
Sami Haj-Assaad

Sami has an unquenchable thirst for car knowledge and has been at AutoGuide for the past six years. He has a degree in journalism and media studies from the University of Guelph-Humber in Toronto and has won multiple journalism awards from the Automotive Journalist Association of Canada. Sami is also on the jury for the World Car Awards.

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