For the 2015 model year, BMW has given the new S Series slight exterior refresh for all three versions which includes the Coupe, Convertible, and Gran Coupe, including M6. Each of these models receive revised front and rear fascias, revamped interiors and a added safety and comfort features besides new exterior colours, as compared to old model.
New BMW 6 Series lineup includes standard LED lights, Park Distance Control while a new iPhone look is added to interiors Central Information Display. Sitting on 19 or 20 inch light weight alloy wheels, the interiors sport Merino leather sport seats while sports steering wheel is leather wrapped with contrasting stitching.
2015 6 Series gets the 3.0l inline 6 petrol engine generating 320 hp and 450 Nm torque for the 640i model. The 650i gets 4.4l V8 petrol engine generating 450 hp and 650 Nm torque. New 640d gets 3.0l inline 6 diesel unit offering 313 hp and 630 Nm torque. All three are available in coupe, gran coupe and convertible options. Each variant is also offered with xDrive AWD system.
Engine specs have also been enhanced and the 2015 M6 range is powered by a 4.4 liter M TwinPower Turbo V8 engine that offers 560 PS peak power and 680 Nm peak torque. This engine allows the M6 range to accelerate from 0 to 100 kmph in 4.2 seconds while in the M6 Convertible this speed is achieved in 4.3 seconds. Top speed is at 250 kmph. For further enhancements of speed, a Competition Package allows peak power to be increased to 575 PS while peak torque remains the same. Acceleration from 0 to 100 kmph is however decreased by a tenth of a second.
2016 BMW 6 Series, along with M6 set to make their public debut at next month’s Detroit Motor Show. You can get a thorough look at the model range in the official sheets embedded below image gallery.
The new BMW 6 Series model range.
The new BMW M6 Coupe, new BMW M6 Convertible and new BMW M6 Gran Coupe.
Munich. The new BMW M6 Coupe and new BMW M6 Gran Coupe (fuel consumption combined: 9.9 l/100 km [28.5 mpg imp]*; CO2 emissions combined: 231 g/km*) and new BMW M6 Convertible (fuel consumption combined: 10.3 l/100 km [27.4 mpg imp]*; CO2 emissions combined: 239 g/km*) allow BMW M GmbH to restate its leadership in the high-performance luxury segment. The outgoing models had already set new benchmarks with the flawless balance of power, efficiency, agility, comfort and luxury that is typical of M models. And now the new BMW M6 Coupe, new BMW M6 Convertible and new BMW M6 Gran Coupe are poised to write a fresh chapter in this success story, fuelled by an even more finely honed, well-resolved overall concept.
Powerful, sporty appearance.
The new BMW M6 Coupe, new BMW M6 Convertible and new BMW M6 Gran Coupe announce their high-performance credentials before they even turn a wheel thanks to their athletic and dynamic appearance. A front end with new, standard-fitted LED headlights makes their intentions immediately clear – the M?specific double-bar kidney grille and eye-catching front apron with large air intakes see to that. The powerfully sculpted front wings with hallmark M gills (including integrated side indicators), the side skirts and the exclusive forged 19-inch M light-alloy wheels (BMW M6 Gran Coupe exclusive forged 20-inch M light-alloy wheels) only add to this impression. The sporting looks of the new BMW M6 Coupe, new BMW M6 Convertible and new BMW M6 Gran Coupe are rounded off by a rear apron with integrated diffuser insert, two sets of M-specific twin tailpipes and the M6 logo on the boot lid. Another exclusive M feature is the ultra-lightweight contoured carbon roof of the new BMW M6 Coupe and new BMW M6 Gran Coupe, which also helps to lower the cars’ centre of gravity visually.