Actual acceleration results may vary, depending on specification of vehicle; road and environmental conditions; testing procedures and driving style. If you ever wished you could have the best of both worlds—the thrill of a sports car with the floaty comfort of a contemporary sedan—the 6 Series has a perfect marriage waiting for you, and it will only cost about as much as getting those two cars separately. Exterior The 6 Series maintains a short front overhang and low-slung appearance. This is more likely to occur with low-profile tires, which provide less cushioning between the wheel and the road. With a few tweaks to its 4. The convertible additionally features heat-reflecting leather upholstery, a powered soft top and an independent rear glass window.
Trunk volume in the coupe is about 30 percent more than the convertible with its top up; with the top down, the convertible loses another 14 percent. Aside from the powertrain news, the model carries over for 2013 with a few additional safety systems. Continue below for more pricing details. Power has increased by 45 horsepower, up to 445 hp and 480 pounds-feet of torque an increase of about 30 pounds-feet. The four-door 640 Gran Coupe and 650 Gran Coupe are new for 2013 and go on sale later this summer. Active roll stabilization has also been integrated into the optional adaptive drive system. From dirt bikes to land yachts, every partner offers something truly special in her love affair with the road - just don't tell her husband.
The 2013 6 Series is available as a coupe and a convertible in 640i, 650i and 650i xDrive trims. The 6 Series was redesigned for the 2012 model year. Like the 2013 7 Series 750i and 750 Li , the 650i coupe and convertible get a new 4. The top, which can be operated at the touch of a button at speeds up to 25 mph, comes in black or beige. .
Exterior The 6 Series maintains a short front overhang and low-slung appearance. Trunk volume in the coupe is about 30 percent more than the convertible with its top up; with the top down, the convertible loses another 14 percent. Zip to 60 for a 640i still takes 5. These results should be used for comparison only and verification should not be attempted on public roads. The top, which can be operated at the touch of a button at speeds up to 25 mph, comes in black or beige. The model goes into production later in July, with sales starting shortly thereafter. Feature highlights include parking sensors, power-folding mirrors, a large moonroof, rear-view camera, front passenger and driver's memory functions, and iDrive electronics interface with a 9-speaker sound system complete with all the trimmings.
The lane departure warning system now gets a forward-collision warning system with speed-limit info; both are now included in the Driver Assistance Package. Aside from the lack of a manual transmission and 4 extra inches end to end, the 2013 Gran Coupe is functionally indistinguishable from its convertible and coupe cohorts. Driving over rough or damaged road surfaces, as well as debris, curbs and other obstacles, can cause serious damage to wheels, tires and suspension parts. Be careful to avoid road hazards and reduce your speed, especially if your vehicle is equipped with low-profile tires. Gifted with a mechanical mind, her favorite pass-time in the summer is picking up a fixer-up'r at the local public auction and massaging its every ailment until it's primed for a new lover. The Gran Coupe is expected to conform to the existing 6 Series line inside the cabin as well, with the 640i and 650i differing only in engine size, wheels and seat adjustment, although those 19-inch wheels and 16 ways to front-seat comfort are optional for the 640i as well.
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