BMW 5 Series Gran Turismo

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Get ready for something entirely new and different. Brand new for 2010 is the unique 5 Series Grand Turismo. Filling in somewhere between a sedan and a wagon, the Gran Turismo shares most of its engine and design component with the 5 and 7 Series. It can seat up to five passengers comfortably without looking like a wagon. To be more precise, think of the Gran Turismo (GT) as a crossover with coupe-like design characteristics.

With a base price at around $65,000, grand touring doesn't come cheap. In the future, the Gran Turismo may replace the slow-selling 5 Series wagon.

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