The BMW lineup has gained another utility vehicle, the 5-Series Gran Turismo. This new model combines the ample proportions of the 7-Series sedan with a fastback/hatchback rear roof profile. Inside, there is two rows of seating for five. The rear hatch features a unique dual hinged mechanism that opens below the rear glass like a traditional trunk and at the top of the glass like a hatchback. Several powertrains are offered including a turbocharged V8 with an eight-speed automatic transmission.
|Model/Trim/Package ||Engine || || ||MPG
|5-Series Gran Turismo 535i ||3.0l I6 T (300-bhp) ||A8 ||RWD ||19/28/23 || ||$60,200|
|5-Series Gran Turismo 535i xDrive ||3.0l I6 T (300-bhp) ||A8 ||AWD ||18/26/22 || ||$62,500|
|5-Series Gran Turismo 550i ||4.4l V8 T (443-bhp) ||A8 ||RWD ||16/25/20 || ||$68,100|
|5-Series Gran Turismo 550i xDrive ||4.4l V8 T (443-bhp) ||A8 ||AWD ||16/24/20 || ||$70,400|