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Gran Turismo (badged simply as GT) is the marketing term used by German car manufacturer BMW to distinguish a tall-roof, long wheelbase, 5-door fastback sedan body style. The first BMW to carry the GT designation was the 2009 5 Series Gran Turismo, also described as a Progressive Activity Vehicle (PAV) by the manufacturer.

Current GT models in the BMW range include:


BMW 3 Series GT (2013-present)
Main article: BMW 3 Series GT
BMW 5 Series GT (2009-present)
Main article: BMW 5 Series GT