BMW 6 Series (F06/F12/F13) 2011-



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F12/F13 (2011–present)

BMW unveiled information and pictures in September 2010 of the Concept 6 Series, which was introduced at the 2010 Paris Motor Show. The third generation BMW F12 (coupé) and F13 (convertible) was released as a 2012 model at the 2011 Shanghai Auto Show and New York Auto Show.

2011 BMW 650i (F12) convertible, Australia


BMW revealed the 6-Series Convertible on November 18, 2010. The vehicle is powered by two petrol engines and a diesel engine - a 6 cylinder twin power turbo engine which will produce 320 hp (239 kW) in 5800 rpm and the 650i will be powered by a V8 twin turbo engine which will produce 407 hp (303 kW) in 5500 rpm. The 640d is powered by an I6 twin scroll turbocharged diesel engine producing 313 hp (233 kW) at 4400rpm. The folding top is still cloth as compared to the E93 3 Series convertible which is equipped with a metal roof. Both the 640 and the 650 are available in BMW's all wheel drive layout as the 640ix and 650ix.


Gran Coupe


Initially announced in December 2011, and on display to the public at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show, BMW extended the 6 Series range with a four-door saloon to provide a rival to the Audi A7 and Mercedes-Benz CLS. Initially shown as the Gran Coupe Concept in 2010, which was based on the 2007 CS Concept, the Gran Coupe is available in 640i, 640d and 650i derivatives. The 650i's V8 now produces 444 hp (331 kW).


The BMW 6 Series is a range of executive coupés produced by the German automaker BMW.


The first was the E24, being derived from the E12 & E28 5 Series 4-door sedans. The E24 launched in 1976 to replace the 3.0CS & 3.0CSi (E9). 14 years later, in 2003, BMW released the all new E63/E64 which was available as a coupé and convertible, based on the chassis of the E60 5 Series sedan. Models were the 645Ci (later replaced with the 650i) and the 630i, while the highest performance model is the BMW M6. The third generation F12 and F13 6 series was released in 2011 for the 2012 model year, sharing a platform and some engines with the 7 Series (F01) and 5 Series (F10), and introducing a four-door coupé (fastback sedan) style.


The BMW 8 series is sometimes regarded as the spiritual successor to the E24 6 Series, being also available as a "CSi", however it had a substantially higher price point and performance than the preceding 6 Series.


BMW 6 Series

Manufacturer  BMW

Production  1976–1989


Assembly  Dingolfing, Germany

Predecessor  BMW E9

Class  Grand tourer

Layout  FR layout

Production and sales

BMW’s 6 Series Gran Coupé and the Paranal Observatory

Calendar year  Total production  US sales

2004  21,040]  8,198

2005[12]  23,340  9,934

2006  21,947 9,322

2007[13]  19,626  9,033

2008  16,299  6,533

2009  8,648 3,549

2010  5,848  2,418

2011   3,903

Third generation

roduction  2011–present

Body style  2-door convertible

2-door coupé

4 door coupé (2012)

Engine  3.0 L (2979 cc) I6

4.4 L (4395 cc) V8

3.0 L Twin Scroll Turbocharged Diesel (2993 cc) I6

Transmission  6-speed manual

8-speed automatic

Wheelbase  112.4 in (2,855 mm)

Length  Convertible: 192.8 in (4,897 mm)

Coupe: 192.7 in (4,895 mm)

Width  74.6 in (1,895 mm)

Height  Convertible: 53.7 in (1,364 mm)

Coupe: 53.9 in (1,369 mm)

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