The 3 Series Gran Turismo range is comprised of the 330i and 340i, and both provide composed, potent performance from their turbocharged engines. The 330i delivers 248 hp and 258 lb-ft of torque from its 2.0-liter, turbocharged engine, while the powerful 340i produces 320 hp and 330 lb-ft of torque thanks to its turbocharged, six-cylinder unit. All-wheel-drive is the default configuration on both variants, as well as BMW’s superb eight-speed automatic transmission. The options list is long, but standard equipment includes automatic wipers, front and rear park sensors, dual-zone climate control, and BMW’s iDrive interface with a 6.5-inch color display screen. The 340i also comes as standard with the Convenience Package, and this boasts keyless ignition and entry, power lumbar support, and satellite radio. Several packages are available to enhance the design and comfort of the GT, including the popular M Sport Package ($3,450 on the 330i and $2,550 on the 340i). Add-ons for this package are Shadowline exterior trim, unique wheel designs, and an aerodynamic kit, among other items.