Under the F30 generation, the extended BMW 3 Series has been around since 2012. Recently, these extended compacts have begun to spread beyond China. These days, the latest model of BMW's long-wheelbase 3 Series is referred to as the Gran Sedan or Gran Limousine. These models are no longer exclusive to the Chinese mainland. In India, Thailand, and Malaysia, this model is currently available. In reality, the Gran Sedan 3 Series is built in Malaysia and India.
The Gran Limousine, the Indian-market version, produced a unique edition of this vehicle with an intriguing feature. BMW really went all out for this special vehicle, dubbed the Iconic Edition.
Its lighted kidney grille is one of its distinguishing features. Although this isn't the first time BMW has done so, it is the first time the 3 Series has done so. More than simply a lighted set of nostrils distinguishes the 3 Series Gran Limousine Iconic Edition. There are a few of extra comforts as well.
The Iconic Edition, like its considerably bigger stablemate, the 7 Series, includes a crystal gear selector and even cushions on the rear headrests. A large panoramic sunroof, ambient lighting, a coat hook, tri-zone automatic temperature control, and additional sound deadening are among the other amenities. Carbon Black, Cashmere Silver, and Mineral White are some of the color possibilities.
For this extended 3 Series, two engine choices are offered. The 2.0-liter TwinPower Turbo engine in the 330Li produces 258 horsepower and 400 Nm of torque. The 320Ld has a 2.0-liter TwinPower Turbo diesel engine that produces 190 horsepower and 400 Nm of torque. The Gran Limousine does not have all-wheel drive.