The slightly camouflaged test mule mirrors the changes as seen on the present BMW 3 Series sedan. The new bumpers are nicely sculpted and the car sports revised LED headlamps and tail lamps. There seem to be no changes to the GT's tapering roof that ends into the boot with a spoiler. The changes in the interior are expected to be similar to the sedan with new contoured seats, chrome embellishments on the dashboard and steering wheel with paddle shifters.
The petrol 328i and 335i variants will be replaced by the 330i and 340i trims. The powertrains will be the same but generate more power. Similarly, the oil-burner 325d is also expected to get a power bump.
BMW globally unveiled the facelifted version of the 3 Series last year, but for some reason left out this GT model. It is expected to be launched in the international market this year. BMW India launched the facelifted 3 Series at the start of this year and might also bring this facelifted 3 Series GT to our country by the end of this year.