Bmw gt 530d 2010: BMW 5 Series Gran Turismo Review

The feature list includes such amenities as cruise control, Dynamic Drive Control, a panoramic glass sunroof (optional), four-zone climate control, electronically retractable sun shades, adaptive bi-xenon headlamps, automatic tailgate operation, Comfort access, head-up display, rear view camera, satellite navigation, lumbar support, DVD changer, six-CD tuner, electronically adjustable front seats with two memory settings and lumbar support, electric tilt/slide sunroof, high-beam assist, as well as Bluetooth and USB audio interfaces.

Bmw gt 550i 2010: 2010 BMW 550i Gran Turismo – Instrumented Test –

If the GT’s acceleration is surprising, its agility is not. BMW’s chassis engineers have already shown us remarkable skill in mass management with the M versions of the even heavier X6 and X5, and the GT is another example, albeit not as extreme. Body motions are limited, with noticeable roll-stiffness distinctions through the three suspension presets; grip is respectable, at 0.86 g; and if the optional ($1750) four-wheel active steering lacks on-center feel, it’s a welcome feature in high-speed cornering and also makes the GT surprisingly handy at parking-lot speeds.