BMW 6-Series Gets Individual And M-Package
A couple of days ago, the German automaker BMW revealed the 6-Series Individual and the 6-Series M-Package. The first one comes with bespoke alloys and wood trim, premium leather upholstery and “exclusive paint finishes.”
As far as the M-package is concerned, the 6-Series gets a new more aggressive bodykit that features updated fascias and side skirts, 19-inch rims, LED fog lights while inside the cabin there is an M steering wheel, leather & Alcantara sports seats and an updated trim.
BMW also announced the introduction of an all-new 6-cylinder 3.0-liter TwinPower Turbo diesel engine that produces 308 hp (313 PS / 230 kW) and has a peak torque of 464 lb.-ft (630 Nm), which is enough for a 0-62 mph sprint in 5.5 seconds. With this engine, which will be available starting with this fall, the 6-Series manages to average 5.4 – 5.4 liters / 100 km while CO2 emissions stand at 143 – 145 g/km.
Also this fall, BMW will offer its xDrive all-wheel drive system for the 650i coupe and convertible models. These models come with a V8, 4.4-liter twin-turbo engine that generates 401 hp (407 PS / 300 kW) and 442 lb.-ft (600 Nm) of torque. The coupe needs 4.8 seconds to hit 62 mph from start while the convertible does it 0.1 seconds slower.
Source: BMW via WCF
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