BMW’s fastest ever models will be priced from £80,205 here in the UK. For that you get a 567bhp M5 saloon. The same powerplant…
BMW has announced a mid-life (LCI) facelift of the F10 5 Series, at the same time as it releases a Competition Package version of…
It’s the four-door coupé version of BMW’s M6, which will debut at the NAIAS Detroit Motor Show in January. Powered by the same 552bhp twin-turbocharged 4.4-litre V8 engine as the M6 Coupé, M6 Cabrio and M5 Saloon, BMW now offer a 5/6 Series-based M car in every format except a Touring version.
During the past few days, several images have leaked onto the internet of the ‘M’ version of BMW’s 4-door Gran Coupe – the car was originally shown to a private audience at the Nurburgring celebrating 40 Years of ‘M’.
If you’re in the market for a prestigious, elegant, 4-door BMW then you’ve now got three models to choose from – 5 Series, 7 Series and the 4-door 6 Series Gran Coupe. With the 7 Series positioned more as a limousine, the new 6 Series Gran Coupe will be a welcome addition for the user-chooser executive.
The BMW 6 Series Concept first appeared back in September, but of course everyone already knew this was as near as dammit the actual production 6 Series Coupé due to go on sale in 2011.
Rather than launch it as a Coupé, BMW have chosen to initially launch the new 6 Series design as convertible – a somewhat unusual decision given that most of us are heading into winter, but the car won’t go on sale here in the UK until 26 March 2011, which should give enough time for the snow and ice to depart although it’s still unlikely to be the most encouraging weather for top-down motoring.
With less than two weeks to go before the Paris Motor Show, BMW has revealed the Concept 6 Series Coupé, a low-slung 2+2-seater sporting 20-inch multispoke wheels milled from a solid aluminium block. Based on the current 5 Series’ underpinnings and the design language of the Gran Coupé shown in Beijing, we expect this ‘concept’ to be on sale as the fully-fledged production 6 Series in early 2011.
BMW steals the show at Beijing with its stunning Merc CLS competitor.