The BMW 3-Series GT will be officially presented to the public in a concept form during the 2012 Paris Motor Show in September.
After months of testing and trying to stay away from cameras, the BMW 3-Series GT is one step closer to its final production version and to celebrate that, the German based automaker will bring the concept car to the next month’s edition of the Paris Motor Show, where it will be officially presented in a world premiere. The company may try to keep the 3-Series GT into the shadows for one more month but the autocar.co.uk is saying that the model will debut at the French automotive event.
According to our source, the BMW 3-Series GT will get more space in the trunk and extra space for the rear seat passengers and that’s not all, because the platform used by the 3-Series GT might also be used on the future 4-Series Gran Coupe. The BMW 3-Series GT, which will be known as the F34, is expected to get the same engine lineup from the regular 3-Series, the F30, and this will include the four-cylinder turbo diesel from the 320d, the four-cylinder petrol turbo from the 328i and even the six-cylinder turbo found on the 335i. More details on the 3-Series GT will be announced next month in Paris.