4 series Gran Turismo
is a cross between a sedan and a station wagon, and most buyers will be able to find just what they need with either—which makes this new model perhaps a little too niche.Nonetheless, BMW has obviously gone to great lengths to make this a desirable car. Perhaps the greatest appeal is the shocking amount of room it offers, which families are sure to appreciate. The GT is 4 inches taller and 8 inches longer than the 4 Series sedan, granting it more trunk space than the 3 Series sports wagon and allowing the backseat to comfortably accommodate three people.
BMW is experimenting again and this time the result is a surprisingly roomy, convenient, and easy-to-handle hatchback. It’s a questionable move on BMW’s behalf. The BMW
The extra size does come at the cost of some agility, but not so much that you can’t still have a little fun. The GT’s turbocharged 2.0-liter engine can push the car from 0 to 60 in 5.4 seconds and it comes with a chassis built to support a bit of sport driving.
Pricing for the BMW 4 Series Gran Turismo hasn’t been announced just yet, but we will see the car in showrooms in late summer.