We bring you the most revealing photos yet of the next generation 6-series convertible (F13). Compared to the previous sightings, the car seen here reveals more details. For the first time we are seeing the front kidney grill outlines and outlines of the headlights and tail lights.
The F13 6-series will be a folding hardtop convertible (the cloth covering the hardtop is a decoy) and is expected to debut late this year for a possible premiere at the Geneva Autoshow in … CONTINUED
The next generation 6-series convertible (F13) continues testing throughout Munich. The folding top is expected to be a hardtop. Shes sounding good!
Here is the latest and greatest in spy videos for the 6 Series. This one is nice because it lasts a decent amount of time and is in fairly high quality so it can be watched in full screen. Enjoy!
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Forum member rot has spied the new 6-Series test car (F12/F13) behind a fence. While the basic proportions will stay the same the exact styling details are still covered up
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The next generation 6 series is still quite a ways away from being released, but that hasn’t stopped the spy photographers from snapping every picture of the car they possibly can. Here is some video and photos
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BMWs next-generation 6-series has begun testing, as evidenced by
these shots of a prototype caught on German Roads. Somewhat
surprisingly, our first look at the 6-series follow-up is of the drop-
top variant. The prototype appears to wear a combination of
camouflage panels covered in BMWs trademark psychedelic swirl
veneer. Design details are tough to make out through all of the
visual clutter, but it appears that the new 6-er will follow the route
of the second-generation BMW Z4–ditching some of its more
controversial styling elements in favor of a new-found elegance and
clean-ness of line. Many will welcome … CONTINUED