The first 6 Series saw daylight in 1976 as the E24 chassis. This
two-door coupe lasted until 1989, at which point BMW discontinued
production, waiting another 14 years before resurrecting it as the
E63 and E64. As of 2014, the 6 Series is now in its third
generation as the F12, F13, and F06 chassis, with over 80,000 units
sold since the release of the convertible model in March of 2011.
The latest iteration is slated to make its world debut at the North
American International Auto Show, arriving in showrooms for the
first quarter of 2015. The 6 Series comes in three discrete body
styles: a two-door coupe, a convertible, and a sloped four-door
known as the Gran Coupe. Featuring a longer wheelbase, plus a rear
end that is short and sharply slanted, the Gran Coupe takes the
convenience of four doors and adds the styling cues of a two-door
model. It's a vehicle philosophy that seeks to combine luxury,
performance, and functionality into one handsome package.
Updates for the 2016 model year are minimal, but include exterior
styling tweaks and additional options for the interior and body
color paint scheme. Beyond that, all the luxury and performance
you'd expect from a world-class Bavarian import is present and
2016 BMW 650I
Exterior Color:Gray Metallic
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