You would think that, with the already launched 3-Series sedan and Touring (estate / station wagon) and the upcoming 4-Series Coupe and Convertible, and 3-Series Gran Turismo (GT for short), BMW would be done with its 3- and 4-Series range lineup.

Well, that's not the case as the ever-expanding Bavarian carmaker is plotting one more body style for its most popular model range, the 4-Series Gran Coupe.

Think of it as a smaller, 3-Series based iteration of the larger and more expensive 6-Series Gran Coupe that is a hybrid between the 6-Series Coupe and the 5-Series Sedan.

We won't blame you if you confuse the appearance of the prototypes of the 3-Series GT with the 4-Series Gran Coupe, but if you take a closer look and compare the test cars we have spied in the past, you will see that the Gran Coupe has a lower and more slanted roofline, along with a longer trunk.

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