BMW's newest car in the country is an extended form of the 3 series sedan, the 3 series Gran Limousine. India is the first right hand drive market anywhere in the world to get the car and of course the focus here is on the extra space inside the cabin specifically for people in the rear seat. The wheelbase on the car is 2961 mm while the overall length is 4,819 mms which is also 110 mm more than the 3 series sedan. This makes it the longest car in its segment. At 1827 mm it is exactly as wide as the regular sedan but a height of 1463 mm makes it is 28 mms taller. The car is being launched in the Luxury and the M-sport first edition versions and what you see here is the former. The long wide bonnet really makes the car look bigger than its rivals. LED headlights with extended features and U-shaped daytime driving lights come as standard on the car. The t-shaped air intakes as usual stand out. If you take a look at the Msport version the slats on the kidney grille are finished in high gloss black. 18 inch alloy wheels are also a part of only this variant. What you see on this car here are 17 inch alloy wheels. The profile is quite appealing and the long wheelbase means that this looks like a proper 3 box car. Slim 3-dimensional LED tail lamps and the dual exhaust make up for an attractive rear. The 12.3-inch instrument cluster and the 10.25-inch screen give it a futuristic appeal, the latter gets Android Auto and apple car play compatibility. You also get features like wireless charging, air purifier and a panaromic sunroof. And yes you can speak to the car as well. Engine options remain the same as seen on the 3 series and the Gran Limousine and gets both Petrol and Diesel drivetrains. There are 4 driving modes here. Eco Pro, Comfort, Sport and Sport+. Shams Raza Naqvi drives the car.