BMW 3-Series (F34) 340i Gran Turismo 2016

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Brunswick, Frederick County, Maryland

Engine: 3-liter BMW B58B30 Inline-6.
Charge System: BMW TwinPower turbocharger.
Power: 322 hp (240 kW/326 PS) @ 5,500-6,500 rpm.
Torque: 332 lb-ft (450 Nm) @ 1,380-5,000 rpm.
Redline: 7,000 rpm.
Transmission: ZF 8HP 8-speed automatic.
Final Drive Ratio: 3.077.
Drivetrain: Rear-wheel-drive.
Weight: 3,660 lbs (1,660 kg).
0-60 mph: 4.8 seconds.
1/4-mile: 13.3 seconds @ 104 mph.
Top Speed: 155 mph (250 km/h).
Driving Range: 327 miles (528 km).

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Alpina C1 (E21) 2.3 1980
Alpina C1 (E30) 2.3 1983
BMW 3-Series (E30) 325iX 1985
Alpina C2 (E30) 2.7 Coupe 1986
BMW M3 (E30) Pickup 1986
BMW M3 (E30) Cabriolet 1988
Alpina B8 (E36) 4.0 1995
BMW M3 (E36) GT 1995
BMW M3 (E46) Competition Package 2005
Alpina D3 (E90) 2005
BMW 3-Series (E90) 320si WTCC 2006
Alpina D3 (E92) Biturbo Coupe 2008

BMW M3 (E90) Sedan CRT 2011
BMW M3 (E92) Pickup 2011
BMW M3 (E92) Coupe M Performance Edition 2012
Alpina B3 (F30) Biturbo 2013
BMW 3-Series (F30) 330e iPerformance 2016
BMW M3 (F80) "30 Jahre M3" 2016

BMW M3 (F80) CS 2017
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Mini F-generation BMW 3-Series (2011 - present) guide:

F30 - sedan
F31 - wagon
F34 - GT (suggested above)
F35 - sedan (long wheel-base)

The F34 was built on the F35 wheel-base platform, meaning it has more leg room for passengers seating on rear seats than regular F30 or F31 models. In addition, access to cargo space is more practical when going into comparison with F31 models, let alone slightly deeper room for bags and stuff.

According to GT owners, these are the reasons one should buy the F34 instead of the F30 or F31.

The main problem I have with this car is the appearance, it just can't blend into traditional BMW design pattern.

Maybe we'll get M-badged GT very shortly...

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