2018 BMW 6-Series GT Redesign
2018 BMW 6-Series GT Redesign – The 2018 BMW 6-Series GT will be officially revealed at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September 2017 and is expected to go on sale in November 2017. Prices have not been officially confirmed but the cheapest confirmed model (530i SE) Will probably cost £ 48,000.
2018 BMW 6-Series GT Review
The name change for this new model is a bit confusing because the 2018 BMW 6-Series Gran Turismo shares little visual resemblance to the regular 6 series. Instead, it adopts the face of the series 5 with LED headlights that connect to the kidney grilles for an imposing look.
This car is actually a replacement for the former 5-Series GT, which apparently sold quite well to justify a second generation. If you had forgotten, the 5 Series GT was based on the sedan, with a larger roof line that trained in a quick lift port. The new 6-Series series is a new generation of similar concept, carrying a new badge.
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Entered into generously sized doors with frameless windows, the interior is spacious and well-equipped, and it looks particularly good with white ivory seats, one of three optional nappa leather colors (other shades Dakota leather are available as standard). The conservative dashboard comes directly from the 5-Series sedan. And there’s a cavernous trunk that can hold between 31 and 65 cubic feet of stuff. Like all BMW Gran Turismo models, the 2018 BMW 6-Series has an elevated position, the lower part of which is a high center of gravity, prejudicial to handling.
2018 BMW 6-Series Engine
Beyond its appearance, the new 2018 BMW 6-Series 6er would have a more sporting, efficient and effective driving experience compared to its predecessor. A retractable rear spoiler available is a cool highlight. The choice of engine on the faucet includes a 630i four-cylinder 2.0-liter, a 6-liter in-six 640i and a diesel 3.0-liter 630d. XDrive is available on models equipped with 3.0 liters. Here in the US, however, we will only get the xDrive 640i with its eight-speed automatic transmission. 2018 BMW 6-Series